Working with Carnegie Mellon University, the Army Reserve has developed the Cyber Warrior Database, a master repository to track the skills soldiers acquire in their civilian jobs and match them to potential military applications.
The agency wants to make the Department of Defense Information Network more efficient by standardizing tools and improving cloud compatibility.
The Coast Guard and Army Corps of Engineers are testing an enhanced waterway safety broadcast system on the Ohio River in Louisville, Ky.
As cyber threats continue to multiply, states can look to the National Guard for help.
The Navy’s Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality Lab moved a sailor's idea for an augmented-reality-based unified gunnery system to a prototype with little time and funding.
Lockheed Martin has been experimenting with quantum systems to speed verification and validation of mission-critical software.
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.