Italian dishes and homemade pastas; Dena Leibman, executive director of Future Harvest CASA, and farmer Shane Hughes of Liberty Delight Farms.
Photos of the amazing, moving, important and amusing things happening in the federal community.
Military facility sustainment has been one of the hardest-hit portions of the Defense budget over the last several years. Still, installations do find new ways to meet their missions without more money.
Federal News Radio presents a daily update of important moments in the history of the U.S. government.
Presidents have used the overseas contingency operations fund to bolster the Defense Department budget outside of the Budget Control Act rules. But Congress should do better.
On this edition of Columbia Technology Partners Ready to Prime Allen sits down with Randy Ambuel, vice president of Exceptional Software Strategies.
Ashok Bajaj, legendary D.C. restaurateur (Rasika, Oval Room, Bombay Club, Ardeo and more), is this year’s recipient of the Duke Zeibert Award as the area’s top restaurateur.
The more bitter the arguments over the federal budget become on Capitol Hill, the more members might resort to anything. Especially if the Trump administration refuses to spend money it didn’t want appropriated in the first place.
The secretive Pentagon organization that’s in charge of turning existing weapons systems into new warfighting concepts says it has a perfect track record so far. The military services have accepted all six of the technologies the Strategic Capabilities Office has offered up.
By most measures, the 44 year experiment in an all-volunteer military force has been a success. But like stocks, past performance doesn’t guarantee the future. In fact, the all-volunteer force is showing serious strains.
You can’t separate the Navy from the world’s oceans. Almost since its founding, the Navy has maintained expertise in ocean science to help it perform its mission.
The Defense Contract Audit Agency is beset by backlogs and other problems and industry has ideas that might help.
Military officials say the 2017 continuing resolution could be the worst yet. The service chiefs of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps all told Congress this week that this year could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
The Strategic Capabilities Office is one of the most lauded organizations in the Defense Department. And its leader says his office doesn’t have to worry about acquisition requirements like the rest of the Pentagon establishment.
On this edition of Columbia Technology Partner’s Ready to Prime, Allen Scott discusses the contracting landscape with two people who know it very well.