NDAA gives agencies special funds for contractors dedicated to modernizing IT systems, cybersecurity, etc.
The Council on IG Integrity and Efficiency Subcommittee on IT continues to try to close the gap between auditors and chief information officers in how they determine their agency’s cyber posture.
Rep. Mike Conaway, one of just a few financial accounting experts in Congress, says the Defense Department has already shown tremendous progress as it undertakes its first-ever audit.
Brig. Gen. Diana Holland tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ hurricane relief efforts are going well in Puerto Rico.
Military personnel say DOPMA is foundationally sound, but needs more workarounds, especially for highly-technical fields
Naval War College professors tells Federal News Radio that the military needs to drop strict rules on appearance in order to attract more talent
Downsizing teams assigned to drain the swamp in different agencies can’t understand why so many employees turn up their noses when offered a $25,000 buyout.
Military personnel will get their next paycheck in full, but things are a little more complicated for DoD civilian employees.
The Defense Department says TRICARE will continue to operate, but it’s expecting a few issues.
Among the differences this year: some commissaries could remain open, travel polices get more restrictive.
Continuing resolutions temporarily evade shutdowns, but they may also hurt the Department of Defense’s readiness long-term.
If service members can’t pay their debts they might be in violation of the Uniformed Code of Military Justice.
Several industry organizations have resource centers to help industry prepare for a government shutdown.
How to keep military bureaucracy from squelching new and better solutions