We all know that the Defense Department (DOD) operates across land, sea, air and space. But there’s another domain for which it’s not always recognized: information.
Software containers can help agencies by virtually packaging code and expediting cloud-based and on-premises software application development.
Here are three valuable lessons learned from the Defense Department’s (DoD) recent enterprise DevSecOps initiative that any agency can use.
Our armed forces are faced with near-peer adversaries who have developed many systems that are competitive on a system-to-system basis. How can the U.S. assert and maintain dominance in this environment?
Whether in planes, jeeps, portable shelters or on the battlefield, missions must be accomplished regardless of obstacles.
Data collection and organization are important steps in becoming more data-centric. For data to truly be useful, it should be accessible to everyone.
As the world’s largest employer, the Defense Department’s innovation strategies can inform and improve other agencies that follow them.
The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) supports the U.S. military’s combat logistics worldwide, so it cannot spare many delays.
To say that digital modernization is purely a cost-savings initiative is a myth.
DoD is committed to managing its data as a critical part of its overall mission. By not treating it as a separate commodity, the department expects to make faster, better-informed decisions.