The Defense Department gets a pass in the Trump administration’s government reorganization.
The Army is preparing to award contracts based on the findings of the cross-functional team responsible for a better protected, more mobile tactical network and interoperability between forces.
The Air Force trying new tactics to recapitalize its facilities despite a huge backlog.
John Gibson, Defense Department chief management officer, says only back office services will be combined in commissaries and exchanges.
House Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) says the House version of the 2019 defense authorization bill is fencing off funds for the JEDI contract until Congress gets some concrete answers on cloud.
One senator is worried Futures Command could harm small business.
After a second wave of cuts to the Marine Corps’ Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program, only about one third of the UPFRP offices will remain.
Senate Armed Services Member Tim Kaine says the Navy needs a plan for the shipbuilding and repair workforce.
The Army is nixing training it feels isn’t helping readiness as a means of unburdening soldiers so they can spend more time with their families.
The Air Force follows in the Navy’s footsteps and expands leave for secondary caregivers.
House Democrats call on Mattis to reverse his recommendations to ban transgender people from the military.
The Senate is proposing serious changes to the Defense Officer Personnel Management Act to improve recruitment and retention.
The House wants to get rid of the Strategic Capabilities Office, the Senate says not so fast.
The Army will release its plan for the next 10 years on June 6 and it involves a much bigger Army.