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In recent years, the Department of Defense has placed high priority on programs and initiatives designed to increase the speed, connectivity and information advantage of our country’s warfighting capabilities. As the peer and near-peer competition heats up, U.S. military leaders are identifying technologies and capability areas that require improv...

IPTA has secured a potential $404 million contract from the U.S. Army to provide enterprise information technology support services for the military branch’s Aviation and Missile Center, GovCon Wire has learned. The EITSS contract covers information management services, network support, cybersecurity management, IT asset management, tiered service...

The U.S. Army’s Capability Sets were introduced in 2021 in order to lay out a roadmap for maintaining a modern, technologically advanced service branch that will be prepared for any challenges adversaries could bring their way. The Capability Sets are mission protocols designed to be completed and phased out every two years. This effort began wit...

GovCon Wire Events will feature Ed Mornston, director of intelligence and security at the Army Futures Command; and Joseph Rouge, deputy director of ISR at the U.S. Space Force, as panelists at a virtual event scheduled for Wednesday. Brian Keller, vice president and Army strategic account executive at Leidos, will moderate the panel discussion as...

The Potomac Officers Club’s Achieve Information Dominance: Counter Gray Zone Warfare Through Unifying Data Forum on Wednesday united top officials from military branches, industry organizations and the Department of Defense in timely conversations on the role of data and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance in the United States’ hybrid...

GovCon Wire Events on Thursday hosted the Department of Defense: Digital Modernization Forum where distinguished defense agency and private sector leaders talked about technology procurement efforts, infrastructural priorities, modernization strategies and cultural shifts affecting how Defense Department agencies, military service branches and ...

Portia Crowe, former chief data officer of the U.S. Army Futures Command’s Network Cross Functional Team, has been named chief data strategy director for defense at Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal arm. She will be responsible for helping customers of Accenture Federal Services use data in insight generation and decision-making processes with...

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