GDIT wins $84M contract to support traumatic brain injury research

The research and support contract, awarded by the Defense Health Agency, has an eight-month base period with three option years.


Pentagon on track to award $9 billion cloud contract in December

The Pentagon’s chief information officer said the multi-cloud, multi-vendor JWCC contract will be awarded “in about a month.”


DOD announces new contract awards for Its 'Internet in Space' effort

Amazon, Microsoft and SpiderOak will help the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Unit develop a space-based communications network.


Treasury debuts plan to penalize foreign investment threatening national security

The guidance from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States comes as legislators have been increasingly worried about foreign investment in major technology companies.


Lockheed Martin, Verizon demonstrate capabilities of 5G-enabled drones for DOD

Recent tests showcase how multiple drones can conduct real-time transfers of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data to geolocate military targets.


DOD needs to modernize its software architecture for next-gen warfare, report says

A paper published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies calls for the U.S. military to modernize legacy warfighting systems in order to prepare for future conflicts.


Top Republican to 'seriously consider pulling the plug' on VA's new EHR system

The ranking member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee plans to introduce legislation before the end of the year to address deficiencies in the rollout of the new Oracle-Cerner electronic health record system.