Defense IT


After hacks, Transcom to require contractors to report data breaches

A Senate investigation found that only two of at least 20 successful intrusions traced to China were reported to the Transportation Command.

Army launches $49.5 million anti-IED challenge

Twenty contractor teams will compete in a program to detect and identify explosives planted in culverts.

Body sensors could improve future soldiers’ performance

A panel of researchers working with the Army discusses the importance of monitoring both physical and psychological stressors.

DOD updates DISA's role as the department's cloud broker

Shift reflects a greater openness toward commercial services, while outlining how agencies can procure them.

Army awards $7.2 billion deal for integrated intelligence support

Twenty-one contractors will have to compete for individual task orders to support intelligence, information operations.

Air Force wants a better way to map and analyze its networks

The MAMA program seeks increased mission assurance by analyzing network traffic flows and associated metadata.

Army turns to industry for better cyber capabilities

The Contracting Command is seeking white papers from contractors that can develop new cyber capabilities and approaches.

Navy hires Lockheed for next phase of SEWIP

Lockheed Martin receives up to $147 million for low-rate initial production of the upgraded electronic warfare system.