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Early successes pave way for more mobile in DOD’s future, CIO says

Operational mobility pilot programs have increased productivity and cut costs, says Takai.

GAO to DOD, VA on electronic health records: Prove it

The departments need to show that their separate EHR efforts are better than the joint initiative they abandoned last year.

New Army manual combines cyber, electromagnetic operations

The field manual maps out a plan for unifying cyber operations, electronic warfare and spectrum management.

Army steps up search for anti-drone technology

As UAVs proliferate, the military tries to prepare to defend against those of other forces.

Secretive Boeing Black smartphone appears on FCC website

The dual-SIM phone, which will self-destruct if tampered with, will be marketed to government agencies and contractors as a secure alternative.

Hyperspectral sensor lets drones see through camouflage, spot explosives

The Air Force plans to flight-test the ACES-HY aboard a Predator UAV.

Can a microscopic component foil electronics counterfeiters?

A New DARPA program is looking for tiny authentication system to help get counterfeits out of the supply chain.

Army’s move to Samsung reflects a flexible mobile strategy

The service is adding 7,000 Galaxy Note II smartphones to the Nett Warrior system, but they won’t work like typical smartphones.