• Cyberattack, financial services

    DHS opens up infrastructure protection program

    DHS wants innovators to help address cybersecurity in the financial sector. Read More

  • Transcom

    U.S. Transcom looks to make cloud less risky

    The United States Transportation Command is seeking industry and academic partners to study the risks and rewards of moving to the cloud. Read More

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    SSA looks for cyber risk help

    The Social Security Administration holds highly sensitive data on nearly all Americans and is looking for ideas on how to keep it safe. Read More

  • 18F seeks info on ID verification

    As part of an ongoing project to develop a shared identity authentication platform, 18F is asking industry for insight and experience on validating state-issued IDs. Read More

  • Tech to help track parachute deployment

    The Army wants an IT solution to track cargo and personnel parachute inventory. Read More

  • 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

  • Shutterstock image: medical professional interacting with a futuristic interface.

    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

  • soldiers at Fort Hood

    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

  • Shutterstock image: global data concept art rendered in binary.

    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

  • IARPA logo.

    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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