Defense IT


The future of satellites: What are the options?

From reusable launch vehicles to high-throughput satellites and hosted payloads, DOD looks to meet rising demand while cutting costs.

Next phase of Mobile Hotspot program takes wing

DARPA hires L-3 to develop radio and router pods that can be mounted on a Shadow UAV, creating an airborne hotspot.

Air Force wants to toughen up aerial layer communications

The service is looking to spend nearly $10 million to upgrade current systems to operate in degraded, contested or outnumbered situations.

DIA issues call for bids on $6 billion E-SITE contract

The contract will provide worldwide IT services and support for the defense intelligence community and its partners.

Air Force gives flight to advanced targeting pod

Sniper ATE-SE now provides additional networking capabilities for ground forces.

Security is on the menu for Joint Information Environment

Army Lt. Gen. Mark Bowman says users of JIE are seeing benefits.

Enemy ID: How DOD uses biodata in the field

Next-Generation ABIS uses fingerprint, palm, iris and facial scans to keep track of potential adversaries abroad.

Out-of-control Army phishing test results in new guidelines

On the bright side, recipients didn't click on a fake link or submit their personal information.