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  • DISA renews antivirus software license agreement helping teleworkers keep machines safe at home

    The DOD Antivirus Software License Agreement with McAfee allows active Department of Defense employees to utilize the antivirus software for home use.
  • “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” podcast explores Project NEXUS

    A look inside Project NEXUS is the focus of episode 18 of Air Education and Training Command’s “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” professional development podcast series, released Oct. 23.
  • Bringing defense planning into the 21st century through modern software

    For much of the defense community, the ease and functionality of modern technology is not translated to military planning systems. While cumbersome acquisitions processes, funding issues, and security concerns are often valid causes, many Department of Defense processes (and any software associated with them) cannot compete with the technology many Americans use regularly. In one corner the U.S. Air Force flies the most advanced aircraft in the world, yet in the other corner, Airmen use clunky spreadsheets and paper documents to analyze operations and mission plan.
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  • DISA renews antivirus software license agreement helping teleworkers keep machines safe at home

    The DOD Antivirus Software License Agreement with McAfee allows active Department of Defense employees to utilize the antivirus software for home use.
  • “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” podcast explores Project NEXUS

    A look inside Project NEXUS is the focus of episode 18 of Air Education and Training Command’s “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” professional development podcast series, released Oct. 23.
  • Bringing defense planning into the 21st century through modern software

    For much of the defense community, the ease and functionality of modern technology is not translated to military planning systems. While cumbersome acquisitions processes, funding issues, and security concerns are often valid causes, many Department of Defense processes (and any software associated with them) cannot compete with the technology many Americans use regularly. In one corner the U.S. Air Force flies the most advanced aircraft in the world, yet in the other corner, Airmen use clunky spreadsheets and paper documents to analyze operations and mission plan.
  • The Air Force is becoming more Agile – one project at a time

    The term ‘Agile’ has been on the lips of Department of Defense senior leaders with increasing frequency recently – often citing its importance for developing functional, innovative software that better equips the warfighter to respond to uncertain and ever-changing environments. While the private sector adopted Agile a long time ago, the DoD is just beginning to embed Agile methodology in acquisitions programs and other projects.
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