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Tech workers don’t hate the military that much — most don’t even really care
A new study deals a blow to the narrative that Silicon Valley doesn't want to work with the Military.
Here are the IT and cyber experts helping with the Biden transition
Here are all the people with government IT and cyber policy backgrounds working on Biden's transition team.
The plan for the future of the Pentagon’s remote work environment
The DOD's Commercial Virtual Remote environment will remain online until June 2021, when a long-term solution will be launched.
Army Cyber Command is ‘evolving’ beyond cyber-operations
Army Cyber Command's mission is "evolving" to focus on operations not strictly limited to traditional cyber operations, its command general said.
Air Force continues push on virtual training with new contracts
The Air Force wants to train more pilots virtually, leaders have said. They anticipate more virtual training to be safer and more effective for young pilots.
‘Incremental changes’ not enough for AI workforce development, commission tells Congress
Congress also heard about a digital reserve corps idea and other recommendation to take "bold" action on building an AI workforce.
Army opens its new Cyber Command headquarters
"The IT is very powerful," Army Cyber Command's top general said of the new headquarters for his command.
Space Force stresses digital fluency as its builds out workforce
The Space Force will get an additional 2,400 personnel, who will need to be tech-savvy and digitally fluent, according to one general.
Coming soon: A one-stop-shop for information about DOD’s online courses
DOD wants its education data to be interoperable, creating an enterprise-wide course catalog recently.