The Marine Corps is gathering information as it explores development of a system to manage mobile devices around the globe.
In the midst of a reorg and modernization efforts, the Defense Department wants to lean on its experimental arm to cure procurement woes.
The Department of Defense spent $7.4 billion in fiscal year 2017 on cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence technologies, according to a recent Govini report.
If confirmed, Michael Griffin would be the Pentagon's first under secretary for research and engineering, and effectively serve as CTO.
While civilian agencies would do well to followthe Defense Department's lead in embracing IoT, all of government should look to smaller, emerging tech companies as well as traditional contractors.
The services are looking to bring logistics tracking and wireless learning capabilities to mobile devices for troops.
The Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center is planning a five-year contract for command, control, communications and cyber support.
The Pentagon is sitting on a hoard of data but doesn't know what to do with it. A new report makes the case that artificial intelligence is the solution.