Georgia Tech researchers have developed a way to print nanotube-based explosives sensors from an inkjet printer.
Agency approves the Streak 5 mini-tablet for use by Defense Department personnel, opening the way for other Android platforms in government.
With CAC readers already available to Navy Reserve personnel, providing WiFi access to the NMCI on base is a logical and cost-effective solution for accommodating online demand.
A team at MIT's Lincoln Lab has developed a phased array that delivers a real-time view of what's on the other side of a wall 20 to 60 feet away.
The chief of the agency's Information Assurance Group says it's time for a secure operating system done right, but it won't happen without widespread demand.
The Defense agency says it has received two "feasible designs" for a rugged, hybrid SUV and aircraft.
Analytics software is key to helping agencies understand and improve their operations, but it requires a whole new way of thinking, experts say.
Defense Department Deputy CIO Robert Carey discussed the steps the department is taking to protect its networks, add new tech and manage operations in a shrinking budget environment.
Once a beneficiary logs onto Tricare Online, accessing medical records is as simple as clicking on the Blue Button to view medication lists, allergies and lab results.
The Blue Button was added in a major update to Tricare Online, the Defense Department's online gateway to military health care services, and now offers myriad benefits from accessing medications to scheduling doctor visits.
Federal and private-sector individuals and teams were honored for their work on key information security initiatives.
As the Air Force's IT leader, Lt. Gen. William Lord faces new terrain in supporting warfighters who must switch seamlessly from the traditional battlefield to the cyber domain.