• AN/TPQ-53 mobile radar. Photo courtesy U.S. Army.

    Army seeks to retool mobile radar to track drones

    The Army said it has an urgent requirement for new software to upgrade its workhorse AN/TPQ-53 mobile radar so it can track threats from unmanned aerial systems. Read More

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    CMS looks to get more collaborative

    The agency wants to create a web-based collaboration space for its efforts to improve Medicare service delivery. Read More

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    Army kicks off cyber and EW prototyping experiment

    An annual prototyping experiment will give the Army a chance to size up emerging cyber and electronic warfare technologies. Read More

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    Air Force wants to leap ahead in quantum computing

    Quantum computing could be a competitive advantage for the U.S. military, and the Air Force Research Lab wants to keep pace. Read More

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    IC wants sensors to evaluate personnel performance

    Working in the intelligence community can be stressful. The IC's research arm wants to use sensors to evaluate how people respond to the demands of the job. Read More

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    State Department eyes electronic health records

    The State Department plans to deploy a new global electronic health record system to support U.S. diplomatic missions worldwide. Read More

  • Army wants better crypto for radios

    The Army is preparing for a significant security upgrade for its battlefield equipment. Read More

  • Shutterstock image (by Maksim Kabakou): cyber defense conept, magnifying glass.

    Naval Research Lab wants cyber risk help

    The Naval Research Laboratory has plenty of IT systems that need certifying for cyber risk. Read More

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    DHS wants agile delivery services

    DHS is looking to capitalize on cloud computing, agile development and mobile technologies to find innovative ways to deliver IT services. Read More

  • AIR FORCE Research Lab

    Air Force looks for 'software-defined' spectrum

    The Air Force wants to use advances in software and hardware to make its radio communications more adaptable to various mission environments -- without sacrificing security. Read More

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