Defense IT


Russia is widening the gap in EW

Recent engagements indicate Russia’s electronic warfare capabilities are growing while two wars have eroded U.S. countermeasures.

IC officials: Cyber threat is real, but it’s not the only one

During congressional hearings, intelligence officials outlined the threats facing the U.S. and painted a picture of a complex environment.

Army wants help with next-gen C5 tech

The Army is looking for research proposals that can address new requirements and development of maturing technologies in command, control, communications, computer and cyber.

Where DOD is planning to spend on unmanned systems in 2017

The budget proposal provides insight into where investments for unmanned systems are going.

DOD's $6.7B cyber budget focused on emerging threats

The request for fiscal 2017 takes into account increased activity by Russia, China and other potential adversaries.

Lawmakers grill Clapper over U.S.-Russia space arrangement

During a Senate hearing on Tuesday, Sen. McCain and others expressed exasperation with the U.S. reliance on a Russian-made rocket engine to send payloads into space.

22 DOD IT leaders honored in this year's Fed 100

Defense Department agencies are well-represented on FCW’s list honoring great work in public-sector IT.

Special Ops wants to correct the Parallax view in optical systems

The command is holding a challenge to find an algorithm that can compensate, in near-real time, for different views from offset optical sensors.