The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants the flexibility to tear down its cloud architecture and rebuild it every day so that would-be attackers confront a confusing operating environment.
The Defense Department's maintenance and supply-chain challenges have made it a leader in additive manufacturing, but the next major hurdle will be ensuring that the technology is secure.
Though their effectiveness as training tools is disputed, violent video games can be used for recruiting soldiers and promoting the geopolitical goals of the military.
Military bases can benefit from technology that many American cities have already begun to test.
To save money, energy and space, the Marine Corps Systems Command installed a hyperconverged infrastructure to virtualize its Organizational Messaging Service.
The Army is moving ammunition management to a cloud-based system that provides centralized, near-real-time ammunition asset visibility across the entire network architecture.
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.