How can the military improve its health approaches to best serve and retain active duty members, with a focus on human performance improvement and optimization that will increase service members’ resiliency and long-term health?
Inclusion ensures that people’s words, views and ideas carry weight as collective decisions are made about how to serve a diverse public. In this section, we share examples of how agencies are embracing inclusion.
The reason DoD is able to thrive on the AI frontier, where so many agencies have barely trodden, is its central platform for data tools and services.
To serve its customers best, the Defense Digital Service (DDS) recruits for the skills and capabilities that its customers need.
DevSecOps, which is now established as the “industry best practice for rapid, secure software development,” presents the optimal path for DoD and other organizations.
The DoD Enterprise DevSecOps Initiative will help the department keep pace with rapid software development and the ever-shifting cybersecurity landscape.
The Marine Corps needed new mobile training systems with technology that could facilitate modernization of aged logistics processes and procedures.
For the Defense Department, the baseline reality is that its software acquisition process hasn’t been keeping pace with warfighters’ needs, particularly when the commercial sector — and adversaries — push new capabilities into use quickly.
As of recently, you’d see maintainers researching and tracking information on smartphones, a breakthrough that allows more planes to be serviced.
Think about the critical applications that support the work you do every day. What data from those systems do you rely on to make timely decisions?