The Pentagon's Defense Innovation Unit Experimental released a how-to guide explaining how Defense organizations can take advantage of “other transactions.”
Agencies and contractors can take a page from the Department of Veterans Affairs’ plan to revamp the way it delivers services.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to build a gaming and social media platform that will engage a diverse community of creative minds to solve emerging science and technology problems.
The Defense Logistics Agency may expand its use of DNA marking technology to verify the authenticity of microchips and other electronics in its supply chain.
A well-run program offers agencies a way to extend their penetration testing and network monitoring programs.
Following the Pentagon’s successful bug bounty program, the Army has announced its own "Hack the Army" program to tighten up security on its public-facing websites.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity is looking for a virtual user environment that can support the kind of security analytics required to protect sensitive government users or workloads.
The Fortify for Forge program gives the Defense Department’s Forge.mil users secure, rapid and cost-effective access to up-to-date software security assessment tools.
The Defense Digital Service proves that bug-bounty programs can pay big dividends for government agencies.
The Patient Movement Item Asset Tracking System leverages RFID tracking and an innovative enterprisewide asset management system to ensure the military has the medical equipment when and where it needs it to aid any wounded warfighter.
The Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System uses optical sense-and-avoid technology to allow aircraft to detect and track other aircraft approaching in real-time.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is developing new acquisition methods to make its operations more cost effective.