The Navy is offering scholarships to civilian and military personnel through the Department of Defense Information Assurance Scholarship Program to meet the demand for cyber security professionals.
Maj. Gen. John A. Davis will serve as the senior military advisor for cyber to the under secretary of defense for policy, the Department of Defense announced.
The Department of Defense released a report Wednesday that outlines the department’s planned energy savings for the 2013 federal fiscal year and beyond.
The budget environment at the U.S. Coast Guard is so tight that Chief Information Officer Rear Admiral Robert Day can’t get the authority to do backroom support for mobile devices.
Vice Admiral James Syring was named the new director of the Missile Defense Agency, the Department of Defense announced.
Sequestration would be “a disaster” not only for national defense, but for defense communities, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said Monday.
The Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs have teamed on a new smartphone app for use with post-traumatic stress disorder treatment.
The United States is not adequately prepared for a serious cyber attack as the country is a “three” on a scale of one to 10 when it comes to preparedness, U.S. Cyber Command Commander Keith Alexander said Thursday.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has appointed Luanne Overstreet to the senior executive service and assigned her as test and evaluation executive.
Department of Defense Deputy Chief Information Officer Rob Carey further outlined the department’s mobile strategy during AFCEA DC’s Defense & Security Mobile Technologies Symposium on Friday.
The Department of Defense is looking for a director of C4 and information infrastructure. The position pays between $119,554 and $179,700 per year and is open for applications until July 20.
The Department of Defense and the Department of Transportation approved $180 million to widen U.S. Route 1 through the Fort Belvoir area.
The Defense Information Systems Agency was designated as the cloud services broker for the Department of Defense in the Pentagon’s new cloud computing strategy released on Wednesday.
The Department of Defense released its cloud computing strategy on Wednesday that includes a four-step process that will enable a phased implementation of the DOD Enterprise Cloud Environment.
George Little, the Pentagon press secretary, said the details are not worked out, but the intention is to have a digital record on a range of military awards going back as far as possible, partly to address the growing problem of people lying about military honors.
U.S. Cyber Command Commander Gen. Keith Alexander said the capability exists today for destructive cyber attacks against critical infrastructures.
The Department of Defense is looking for an information technology specialist for policy planning and information security. The person would report to the deputy chief information officer at DOD. The job pays between $123,758 and $155,500 per year and is open for applications until July 11.
The Defense Department “is on target to meet the aggressive efficiency goals set in the fiscal year 2012 budget,” Pentagon Press Secretary George Little said.
The strategy identifies information technology goals and objectives to capitalize on the full potential of mobile devices within the DOD, focusing on improving three areas critical to mobility.