The Information Assurance Scholarship Program provides full rides for graduate and undergraduate students, and military and civilian DOD employees, in exchange for commitments to stay with DOD.
The ways DOD pays for and manages its leased civilian satellite communications networks are inefficient and needlessly expensive, one industry official says.
A fake profile for NATO's senior commander lured other officers into accepting a friend request, compromising personal information in the process.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency challenged programmers to help harvest valuable components from retired satellites still orbiting the Earth.
The move to big data requires a different skill set, experts say, as they try to define the role of data officer or data scientist.
The department is working with the FAA to develop tracking and collision-avoidance technologies to enable more domestic unmanned flights.
Service wants to use the tablets to replace paper flight manuals and navigation charts.
The Cheetah, part of the agency's research into all-terrain robots, is designed to move like the speedy hunting cat.
As smart phones and tablets redefine personal computing, agencies across the United States are giving desktop virtualization a fresh look. Could yours be next?
A lack of transparent oversight of the agency charged with snooping on foreign communications makes it a poor choice for handling domestic security.
With billions of dollars being invested a smart electric grid, its security still is being debated by a Congress divided politically over the role of government in securing critical infrastructure.
The agency wants to enable top-secret security on commercial smart phones but can't find the standards-based commercial products that meet its needs.