The Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems is trying to bake cybersecurity into weapons programs, but funding issues are slowing the process.
DoD comptrollers and officials waiting for confirmation have paid lip-service to the audit for years, but the actual audit still has yet to take place.
Kevin DeSanto, managing partner at KippsDeSanto, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center for a wide ranging discussion on the current mergers and acquisitions environment. November 20, 2017
The 75th Army Ranger Regiment is an elite group of soldiers that focuses on innovation and technology development to help win wars.
The Defense and Veterans Affairs Departments sent answers to Congress about the oversight and timeline of joint electronic health records.
The first users of DoD’s new electronic health record call the system “life-changing,” but several years remain before it’s deployed worldwide.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center plans to deploy its own fully functional continuous evaluation system by fall 2018. Executive branch agencies buy into those services, and NCSC will continually vet agency employees against 10 different databases.
Michael McCord, former under secretary (comptroller) and chief financial officer at the Defense Department, is a 2017 NAPA Fellow. He answers the question: How can we make government more effective?
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says if you’re hoping for a $40,000 buyout from your agency, you can forget about it, unless you work for DoD.
A new survey is worrying the leader of DoD’s personnel and readiness office about how the military will recruit in the future.
The 2017 Blue Star Families Lifestyle Survey finds military families have a new top concern: time with loved ones.
For people buying and using information technology for the Defense Department, the 2018 NDAA has lots to say about procurement and bid protests.
In part two of a two-part special report, “Is splitting the security clearance process destined for failure?” Federal News Radio explains how a series of poor decisions and mismanagement led to today’s investigative backlog.
A provision in the annual defense bill mandates a new Pentagon analysis of current personnel policies and whether they’re harming officer retention.