The Naval Sea Systems Command’s Information Office, which manages NAVSEA’s IT workforce, was charged with picking up the pieces after a tragedy struck the Navy Yard one year ago.
The NIST AppVet project developed a framework to evaluate hardware and software for off-the-shelf smartphones in military field operations.
Supercomputer company Cray won a $26 million contract from the Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program.
GCN names Department of Army Deputy CIO Michael Krieger, Central Intelligence Agency CIO Doug Wolfe and FireEye Inc. Global Government Liaison, Tony Cole as 2014 GCN executives of the year.
A team from the Air Force’s Software Engineering Office taught themselves the basics of app development well enough to build an app that now saves AF tankers over 30 minutes on in-flight refueling operations.
The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command found the path to cost savings by securely moving “low-impact” information systems, including web sites, small networks and data centers, to the cloud.
Engineers at the Army’s Picatinny Arsenal set up a sophisticated simulation facility that helps cut the time and cost of engineering weapons improvements.
The Navy signs a three-year research agreement with Esri to develop software to achieve battlespace information on demand.
The Joint Interoperability Text Command says the IP-based call and messaging suite complies with the interoperability requirements of DOD’s Collaboration Suite.
Leveraging cutting-edge tools and platforms can be part of the solution for achieving fast, secure and scalable interoperability within the mission-critical legacy system.
In the Arctic Shield 2014 exercise, researchers will test technologies for oil-spill remediation, emergency response, satellite communications and mapping and visualization.
The Army is using a multi-step process to rationalize and consolidate hundreds of applications as it embarks on a four-year data center migration project.