Tomorrow’s operations will be shaped by automated analysis of the world’s open-source data, says the service’s chief of staff.
Monthly Archives: July, 2017
The Defense Department needs to step security of connected devices, according to a recent report.
Agencies brainstormed at least 200 potential federal use cases.
A recent U.S. Government Accountability Office report indicates that the volume of commercial items purchased by the U.S. Department of Defense has gradually declined over time, but experts say a proposed move to allow the use of online commercial marketplaces like Amazon.com could reverse that trend.
According to the Defense Contract Audit Agency’s (DCAA) FY2016 activity report, the DCAA has reduced their audit backlog and realigned resources.
U.S. adversaries such as China and Russia could embed exploits, or malicious software, into the hardware of chips inside Internet-of-things electronic devices that are widely used i
Defense government contractors could potentially see no more DCAA incurred cost audits beginning October 1, 2018 thanks to a new and independent DCASB.
Instead of the gunpowder weapons of old, the Office of Naval Research is testing an electromagnetic railgun for future use on Navy ships.
VA Adopts Final Rule for Veteran-Owned Small Business Verification Guidelines – Centre Law & Consulting
Interim Final Rule Adopted as Final Rule Without Change In the July 12, 2017, edition of the Federal Register, VA published its Final Rule implementing its revisions regarding the length of the eligibility period for inclusion in the VA Vendor Information Pages Database (VIP) (www.vip.vetbiz.gov). This Final Rule implements an Interim Final Rule published in…
The Missile Defense Agency and 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade soldiers conducted a successful missile defense test using the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system — the 15th successful intercept in 15 tests for the THAAD weapon system.,