Beginnings of the defense authorization bill call for a 2.1 percent raise for active military members and a 27,000 increase in troops.
The Energy Department’s Federal Energy Management Program Office made four awards under its Assisting Federal Facilities with Energy Conservation Technologies (AFFECT) program to help agencies get over the hump on renewable energy projects.
The Marine Corps is looking toward personnel for ways to meet its cyber mandates in a time of budget cuts.
Fiscal 2017 may be the beginning of a funding gap between what the Defense Department needs and what it can be allocated unless Congress can fix the budget.
The Air Force’s modernization plans account for a large part of the Defense Department’s overall spending to bring weapon systems up to date over the next decade, according to a new study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
The Marine Corps is planning to transition to Windows 10 by the 2017 deadline, but it is still figuring out how.
The Defense Department’s new policy on climate change forces component heads to consider climate change in almost every decision.
Navy officials told lawmakers facilities sustainment cuts have hurt personnel services and building modernization efforts.
In Monday’s Federal Headlines, the Department of Homeland Security’s former chief says he doesn’t have confidence in the government’s ability to screen and vet Syrian refugees looking to enter the U.S.
If there’s anxiety from war, self pity, or cynicism, you don’t see it in these faces.
Some levels of military discharge can mean no benefits for former service members.
This photo gallery shows how U.S. Navy personnel and their families are celebrating the holiday season at home and abroad.
Military undersecretaries have limited time to work as their branches’ chief management officers before the next administration takes charge.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter told the Navy to cut back on capacity and invest more in capability in a letter last week.
The decision opens up 214,000 military billets to female service members, and also makes them subject to involuntary assignment to previously-closed combat roles. Congress says it will examine whether women should also be required to register as potential draftees.