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Those who are ‘data fluent’ will be future leaders of DOD, deputy CDO says
"Those who are fluent in using data will be the future leaders in our organization," said Clark Cully, DOD's deputy chief data officer.
DIU is making an Uber-like app for talent management in DOD
DIU said the app will link service members with specialized skills in reserve and guard components to projects that they can quickly advance.
DOD to allow personal phones to access ‘DOD365’ platform
Acting DOD Chief Information Office John Sherman gave an update on the DOD's new collaboration platform, DOD365.
DOD grapples with the future of its cyber workforce
"I think the divide between the need is growing compared to what we’re able to fulfill. I’m not sure we’re closing the gap, and time is ticking for us to do so," Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall, CIO of the Joint Staff, said during a hearing.
DDS 2.0: The Pentagon digital team’s journey from startup to full-fledged firefighter
The DDS of today is not the one it was when it started in 2015. Its current leaders explore the evolution of the team in recent years.
Where DOD’s telework goes from here
Launching Commercial Virtual Remote in a matter of weeks was one of the largest technology lifts the DOD has ever undertaken — but it is just the start.
Space Force starts transitioning cybersecurity professionals into its ranks
Space Force is onboarding its first Cyber Guardians to better protect satellites and space assets from hacking.
Federal Data Strategy Year 2 action plan will continue ‘foundational’ actions
Data governance, infrastructure and the workforce remain areas in need of improvement, said the chair of the federal CDO Council.
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.