The Defense Department is following in the footsteps of companies like Tesla and Nextflix, both of which use an automated approach to develop, secure and release software.
It’s time for a change in the way government hires, engages and retains talent.
Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy discusses how the department’s massive cloud contract will serve as a platform for broader DevOps and artificial intelligence efforts.
Some level of CMMC will be required for any organization bidding on a DoD contract. Here’s what vendors can do to make sure they are ready.
The network is the foundation that enables the delivery of innovative IT modernization solutions that government employees and constituents can use.
Agencies such as the Department of Defense (DoD) need a new medium for their data to maneuver on. This is where modern networks come to play.
Data, just like language, needs a dictionary for it to make sense. The Defense Logistics Agency recently finalized a data and analytics strategy and governance plan to get everybody on the same terms when talking about data.
To help federal enterprises address this ongoing challenge, next-generation, intent-based networks help provide enterprise visibility.
Brandon Iske, ICAM Lead at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), talked to GovLoop about the agency’s focus on IAM issues and its future plans.
During an interview with GovLoop, Rear Adm. Danelle Barrett described the Navy’s cybersecurity challenges while modernizing its networks.