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Department of Energy ready to use Frontier supercomputer to solve 24 science problems

The Department of Energy is poised to tackle research projects across areas including economic, national and energy security; scientific discovery; and even health care. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

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DARPA to develop bio-inspired tech to 'self-heal' Pentagon's deteriorating concrete structures

The Pentagon’s research arm is drawing inspiration from vascular systems in nature to develop new capabilities that can be integrated deep within crumbling or aging concrete of certain military structures and pavements to promote self-repair and extend their usability. Brandi Vincent has the details

SAIC awarded $337M in space and IC technology contracts during Q1

Technology and government services conglomerate SAIC won a total of $337 million in contracts from space and intelligence community organizations during the first quarter of its fiscal year 2023. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

'Shields Up': the new normal in cyberspace

The director of CISA and the national cyber director explain what comes next for "Shields Up." Read more on CyberScoop.


Dept of Defense’s plans to modernize military bases with 5G

5G and “Mobile Edge Compute” are poised to help modernize military bases by wirelessly connecting devices and vehicles operating within the Department of Defense’s network infrastructure. The DOD’s Acting Principal Director for the 5G Initiative, Amanda Toman and Verizon’s Bryan Schromsky, managing partner for the 5G Public Sector share why public-private partnerships are key to how the military is investing in new communications technology. Watch the full panel discussion.


Achieving Cyber Vigilance Beyond Zero Trust

Federal agencies, states and the private sector all share common objectives when it comes to defending their networks against bad actors. Leaders from Health and Human Services, the U.S. Marine Corps, the State of South Dakota and Dell Federal discuss how their organizations are becoming more vigilant in defending their digital transformation efforts. Watch the panel discussion.

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