Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president of the Professional Services Council, and Brenda Farrell, director of Defense Capabilities and Management Issues at the GAO, join Pentagon Solutions.
Matthew Fay, a foreign and defense policy analyst at the Niskanen Center, a libertarian think tank. tells Pentagon Solutions how proposed reforms to the Defense acquisition process are missing the target.
Bryan Clark, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, and Dr. Caroline Mahoney of the Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center discuss new technology on Pentagon Solutions.
The Navy’s top energy official says he’s noticing a change in the way Congress is responding to green energy. Federal News Radio’s Scott Maucione has more on Pentagon Solutions.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter says it’s time for an upgrade to the Goldwater-Nichols Act, but the Pentagon will need help from Congress.
The Secure Computing Environment for the Air Force District of Washington is nearing its final phase for the non-secure network, but budgeting challenges have kept the secure network behind.
Michael Roark, assistant Defense Inspector General for contractor management, talks Performance Assessment Reports, why they matter, and how they’re used.
This week’s Pentagon Solutions looks at sleep-deprivation among Army soldiers and defective contract at six Navy and Coast Guard shipbuilding programs.
Pentagon Solutions talks to Charles Tiefer, law professor at the University of Baltimore, and Kelly Sayler, associate fellow at the Center for a New American Security.
Marie Mak, director of acquisition and sourcing issues at the Government Accountability Office, appears on Pentagon Solutions.
Kelley Sayler, associate fellow at the Center for a New American Security, tells Pentagon Solutions drones work better in groups.
Federal News Radio’s Scott Maucione shares the latest on the Defense Department’s new rule on independent research and development,
President Barack Obama’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget proposal gives the Defense Department $524 billion, plus another $59 billion for overseas contingency operations.
The military services have been dithering with Congress over if and where to reduce their real estate footprint.
A study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University found that those injured before 2007 during the Afghanistan and Iraq wars are most at risk for chronic problems from traumatic brain injury.