DoD is working on solutions for a number of challenges that they are certain to encounter in the years to come. Implementing these changes will be difficult and may take a long time, but adapting to today’s obstacles will not be impossible.
Some agencies are stuck in the middle of IT modernization. Unfortunately, relying on both legacy systems and new infrastructure can leave systems vulnerable. Learn how SolarWinds can help update and secure your agency’s systems.
Often times looking at our own to-do lists is overwhelming and anxiety inducing. Imagine trying to run a whole agencies’ to-do list. Fortunately, Alfresco offers a new efficient and effective approach to task management that can help get you and your agency on task and keep you there.
End-to-end network security is necessary to keep an agencies’ data secure and is critical in countering cyberthreats. Learn how the DoD is adopting the architectural approach to cybersecurity with the help of Cisco.
Are your printers secure? This question probably isn’t something you are thinking about often, but it should be. Learn how HP is helping the DoD lock down their printers.
Much like the military’s use of the Defense Language Aptitude Battery to test a person’s ability to learn a foreign language, the Air Force is developing an assessment tool to help determine a recruit’s ability to operate in the cyber domain. There are assessments out there today, but the Air Force needs to decide how… Read more »
The story of defending America with sticky notes, or why government needs a generation of young innovators to spread design thinking, tells the story of a small group of young govies who set out to bring innovative ideas and creative processes to the Pentagon. They failed, they learned, but now, they are succeeding as changeRead… Read more »
At the Next Generation of Government Summit, I was sitting in a room of nearly 700 public sector employees from every level of government. As I wandered that room, I asked these govies to tell me about themselves and, let me tell you, I was floored by the dynamism I found. Every person had differentRead… Read more »
This interview is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, The DoD of Tomorrow, which explores how the department is transforming its operations, technology, workforce, and acquisitions process to confront 21st century challenges. The Department of Defense’s information network spans the globe. Yet while that asset is necessary to support a distributed workforce and worldwide mission,Read… Read more »
To support that constant evolution of JIE and other projects, DoD’s project management strategies must become more adaptive. Some defense leaders have already realized this and included a mandate for that dexterity in the 2010 Defense Authorization Act. The act states, “The Secretary of Defense shall develop and implement a new acquisition process for information technologyRead… Read more »