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Henry Kenyon

IT Modernization

Navy calls for industry help in data center consolidation

The Navy is looking for help and advice from the private sector as it continues to consolidate its data centers.

IT Modernization

DOD's Android effort begins to bear fruit

DOD's embrace of the Android operating system is just getting started. How did it begin?


Status check: 25-point IT plan making a difference

Three federal agency IT leaders offer a snapshot of how the government's 25-point IT management plan is changing their operations.


DOD puts bases on alert for Sept. 11 anniversary

DOD has put all its facilities in the United States and some areas overseas on increased threat awareness for the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.


DOD, FEMA team on Irene recovery

Agencies worked together to manage and coordinate rescue and recovery efforts connected to Hurricane Irene.


DOD moves to speed cyber acquisition

DOD is embarking on an effort to increase the speed of acquiring cyberspace capabilities and increase the influence of end users on tech choices.

IBM's Watson breaks new ground in artificial intelligence

Playing "Jeopardy!" was just the first step. Watson represents a broadened set of frontiers for human-machine interaction.

Found thumb drives: another way employees are a security menace

A DHS test found that most agency and contractor employees who found data disks and USB drives in a parking lot plugged them into their organization's network.

SPAWAR's rapid deployment challenges

SPAWAR Atlantic's director discusses how the command has helped deploy and integrate new technologies.

IT Modernization

Army's Chiarelli honored for support of vets

Speaking at this week's Federal 100 awards ceremony, Army Gen. Peter Chiarelli highlighted how technology is helping to heal brain injuries and treat post-traumatic stress disorder.


A mandate to innovate in intelligence analysis

Federal 100 award winner Lt. Col. Al Di Leonardo ran a start-up operation that has given intelligence analysts a faster, more reliable way to process data.