In the absence of congressional permission for base closures, the Defense Department has decided to invest heavily in demolishing structures on existing bases that are no longer worth saving.
U.S. Maritime Administration says it’s 1,800 civilian sailors short of what it needs to achieve its national security mission.
The service argues that in too many cases, the decision to pursue advanced educational degrees carries seriously negative career implications.
The Coast Guard joins VA in agreeing to adopt the commercial EHR DoD has already selected, but implementation details remain unclear.
Dana Deasy, the former J.P. Morgan Chase CIO, will join the Pentagon in early May, officials said.
The Army believes it now has a workable strategy to buy cyber capabilities within 30 days, but it started by fixing its budgeting and requirements processes.
Army acquisition chief says government-industry relationships over intellectual property have become too “sloppy.”
The 2018 omnibus bill delivers 56 percent plus-up in DoD facility maintenance spending, but it’s not nearly enough to reverse years of underfunding.
The Army’s new acquisition executive announces new plans to help emerging technologies make their way into fielded programs and refocus the service’s organic research enterprise.
Army lays out broad concepts for a new command that will overhaul its acquisition bureaucracy, says it will announce its leader and location in the coming weeks.
The commander of the Army’s Installation Management Command says joint basing has eroded warfighting readiness, and failed to save any money.
The Army says its new Task Management Tool has significantly sped up the paperwork process within the Pentagon, other Army headquarters organizations.
A one-page memo restructures the Navy Department’s organizational chart, includes the elimination of the once-powerful office of the Navy CIO.
The Defense Department is working to wrangle artificial intelligence projects across 40 different DoD organizations into a coherent S&T investment strategy.