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U.S. officials say Army leaders will announce on Friday that they’ve chosen Austin as the location for a new command headquarters that will focus on how to modernize the service and prepare for future wars
With a November industry day, the Army is planning a year of pilots to test “smart city” technologies on its bases.
Enlisted PhD candidate caught up in spate of military discharges of immigrant recruits says he went from “heaven to hell” when commander told him after two years of delays that he was inexplicably being booted out of US Army.
Special hiring authorities for personnel working in government-owned depots are set to expire in September.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the State Department plans to spend almost $1 billion to modernize four key services under the Bureau of Consular Affairs.
After Agent Orange and Gulf War syndrome, the next set of maladies affecting service members is shaping up to be burn pits, toxic fires used to get rid of waste materials during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
As the Army shifts its focus from violent extremist organizations to near-peer adversaries per the national defense strategy, staying on top of emerging domains and technologies will be what keeps it in a position of dominance going into the future.
Gary Wang, the Army’s deputy CIO, retired after 35 years in government and Jerry Davis will retire from NASA Ames in July.
The Senate Appropriations Committee cleared a bill to give federal civilian employees a 1.9 percent pay raise in 2019.
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.
One senator is worried Futures Command could harm small business.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department publishes the ratings of its 130 community living centers.
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.