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His book, "America's Failure in Iraq," details his experience working with military and civilian personnel as a contractor.
Every four years, the Department of Defense takes a look at where we are and where we're going. The result is the Quadrennial Defense Review.
Former Defense Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Steve Bucci calls for security standards from cloud providers.
The expanding Chinese military budget is causing some concern at agencies and on the Hill.
The Defense Information Systems Agency will require collaborative tools to be available in all IT purchases.
USO President Sloan Gibson explains.
Gen. Charles Wald of Deloitte discusses a recent report he co-wrote.
New report asserts that China is gaining power and has more capability to conduct computer network operations, which means the U.S. needs to be more vigilant.
The Pentagon's new Cyber Command could end up in Maryland, according to the Maryland Gazette. The Obama administration is finalizing plans for a new Pentagon command to coordinate the security of military computer networks and to develop new offensive cyber-weapons.