InfotechMarch 19, 2019
Effectively acquiring and sustaining the massive number of software systems the Pentagon employs is a perennial problem, experts say.
Emerging TechnologiesMarch 18, 2019
The Energy Department has picked Argonne National Laboratory and its industry partner Intel Corp. to build the United States’ first exascale supercomputer by 2021, officials announced March 18.
Air Force NewsMarch 15, 2019
The Air Force — coming off its first “pitch day” in New York City — plans to expand the use of the new concept which is meant to attract nontraditional companies to work with the service, a top official said March 15.
ShipbuildingMarch 12, 2019
President Donald Trump’s fiscal year 2020 budget request would increase the Navy’s overall budget but cut back on its shipbuilding and aircraft procurement accounts, according to documents released March 12. Despite that, however, the service would procure 12 new battle force ships in fiscal year 2020.
BudgetMarch 04, 2019
Army Leaders Reassure Industry About Upcoming Program Cuts.
Air PowerFebruary 25, 2019
Rolls-Royce is unveiling its manufacturing plans as it pursues the Air Force's much anticipated B-52H re-engining program.
Land ForcesFebruary 21, 2019
While government and industry have long been experimenting with electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, JP-8 conventional fuel — with its long logistical tail — is still king on the battlefield. But technological advancements in batteries and alternative fuels could shake up the status quo.
Navy NewsFebruary 19, 2019
The Navy is considering implementing new contracting mechanisms that it could offer to shipyards to improve maintenance schedules as it works toward a 355-ship fleet, the commander of Naval Sea Systems Command said Feb. 19.