Japan’s military will practice deploying anti-missile batteries at three U.S. bases in Japan as concern grows about the North Korean missile threat
Monthly Archives: August, 2017
The Army is looking for a few good gamers in its ranks to test tanks and guns online before they’re built for the battlefield.
Pentagon Comptroller David Norquist sat down with Defense News for an Aug. 23 interview.
Many of the internal IT systems essential to the efficient running of the Federal Acquisition…
President Trump vowed last week to shut down the government this Fall by not approving…
Government contractors are working in a new reality, but that shouldn’t mean that you don’t…
The military research unit is looking for technology and software that can identify networks that have been infiltrated—and neutralize them.
The public sector placed 15th in a ranking of 17 different industries\’ cybersecurity in a report released this week
The bill would also label Wikileaks a non-state hostile intelligence service and encourage government bug bounties.
The Government Accountability Office rejected a protest from a company that was locked out of bidding for a contract to design and build a proposed wall along the U.S. southern border, saying the contractor failed to file its comments on the agency report by the GAO’s deadline.