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Steve Jobs revealed blackmail fears, drug use in DOD document

A Defense Department document shows that the late Apple leader admitted to drug use, an arrest for an unpaid traffic ticket, and fears that his daughter might be kidnapped.

By June 11, 2012


DOD allocates $346 million more for green energy

The latest Defense Department report on American Recovery and Reinvestment Act allocations details more green for eco-friendly initiatives.

By April 30, 2009


This week: how to access CNET TV in Iraq and on iPhone. Could RSS be the answer to everything?

This week: how to access CNET TV in Iraq and on iPhone. Could RSS be the answer to everything?

May 21, 2008


Exposed to military chemical and biological warfare tests, they walk among us

DOD and VA have given up on finding thousands of people potentially exposed during bio and chemical warfare tests, according to new GAO report.

By March 2, 2008


Open source in the US Department of Defense: the Opticks story

The US DOD increasingly relies on open source. Opticks is just the latest example.

By December 11, 2007


Department of Defense says no more YouTube or MySpace

Citing security concerns and content-rich sites' drains on bandwidth, DoD blocks access to a dozen social media sites Monday.

By May 14, 2007


Defense Dept., Ariba ink B2B deal

Business-to-business software maker Ariba said Wednesday the U.S. Department of Defense selected the company's Ariba Commerce Services Network and Network Connect program to add to its DoD EMall marketplace service. The agency will use Ariba's network to attract suppliers to its marketplace, which military purchasers use to find and buy finished goods and items from the commercial market and government sources. Financial details of the deal were not available. The agency will also use the site to increase the number and types of suppliers, particularly small and independent suppliers. The deal comes as analysts say the business-to-government sector has seen slow growth.

June 20, 2001


Report: DOD's Y2K efforts lacking

Failure of "at least some [Defense] mission-critical systems and the operations they support is almost certain," according to a government report.

May 5, 1998