From fitness centers to cyber issues, these amendments within the House NDAA are likely to grab some attention.
The DoD IG says there are trends keeping small businesses from working with the military.
Two Democratic lawmakers introduced a bill to establish a cyber adviser and office in the executive branch.
After a marathon markup, the House added a handful of important amendments to its version of the NDAA.
A way for guardsmen to get paid for the time they wait for promotions is in the works in the new defense authorization bill.
Democrats are asking the Defense Department to follow in the Obama and Bush administration footsteps and keep troop numbers transparent.
The acting Army PEO-EIS director says the need for a connected network is getting dire and needs industry to straighten up.
The two organizations signed a letter of intent to focus on four areas of science.
A new bill will give backdated pay to officers who are waiting months for promotion.
The Defense Department wants changes to promotion boards and other personnel issues this year, and it’s sent its wish list to Congress.
The Air Force 1st Special Operations Wing is favoring group training over computer-based classes.
Anti-sexual assault groups are concerned by DoD low prosecution rates.
Multiple shots from heavy weapons may have a bigger impact than once thought.
The House Armed Services Committee is pulling back its recommendation to eliminate seven DoD agencies.