Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency researchers have broken a barrier in the use of solid-state electronics that could lead to gigabit-speed networks and sensors that see through clouds.
The Army is setting up a three-day event to gather feedback from soldiers on the performance of its next generation battle command system.
Department of Navy Oracle BPA buyers now have simplified reporting, secure online license tracking and time-saving benefits.
The Defense Logistics Agency is using botanical DNA marking technology to battle a rise in counterfeit electronic parts and devices.
The Customs and Border Patrol found a low-cost, high-performance way to securely manage access control for temporary detainees using standard PIV cards.
The Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer develops a suite of software tools to bring contracting transparency to the Army Central Command in the Afghanistan.
The revamped milConnect website provides a central source for active and retired military personnel and dependents to manage benefits and services.
NIST has begun a formal review of its processes for developing cryptographic standards in the wake of reports that the NSA, its partner in crypto development, inserted a backdoor into specs for generating crypto keys.
The program, which had been delayed by spending cuts and furloughs, is testing if DOD users can connect to commercial cloud services while maintaining security through CAC authentication.
The Enterprise Management Decision Support System draws on 3,500 database systems to create a picture of military readiness.
DISA's deal with Iridium is expected to improve satellite communications with a new series of launches beginning in 2015.
Cloud-based email and collaboration services are for organizations that can't take part in DOD Enterprise Email.