The Air Force is still playing catch up in its pilot pipeline despite adding incentive benefits.
The contract, worth $1 billion over five years, goes to Dell, General Dynamics and Microsoft to run an Air Force implementation of Microsoft’s Office 365.
The Air Force chief of staff says he’s giving local commanders more discretion on crew resting periods. The broader point, he says, is to give wings and squadrons authority to run their missions without interference from headquarters.
A yearlong study will examine the entire Air Force research enterprise, with a particular focus on investing more funds in university-based research.
The Air Force is trying to think differently about how it handles it’s most important investment.
White hat hackers discovered 207 verified vulnerabilities in Air Force systems, including some very serious ones.
After almost nine months of no news, GSA asked vendors bidding on the Alliant 2 GWAC to guarantee their bids through Dec. 31.
Rob Foster will join the National Credit Union Administration as its deputy CIO.
The Air Force is giving senior enlisted airmen an opportunity to stay in their ranks longer if they are in critically needed occupations.
This is a critical year for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program. Already the most expensive military program ever, the number of all-weather, stealthy combat aircraft the Pentagon can buy each year will depend primarily upon orders from international buyers.
The Air Force is changing its military education for enlisted airmen to make classes more flexible about their lives.
Air Force civilians can now start working part-time while taking some of their retirement annuity.
What is the US Air Force’s Information Dominance Strategy? How is the Air Force changing the way it does IT? What is the US Air Force doing to leverage advances of mobile technologies? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Bill Marion, Deputy Chief, Information Dominance & Deputy Chief Information Officer, U.S. Air Force.
Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama is teaming with AT&T to use internet of things and smart city technologies to make the base run more smoothly. Federal News Radio’s Scott Maucione spoke with AT&T Air Force Client Executive Vice President Rocky Thurston and Maxwell’s 42nd Mission Support Group Commander Col. Don Lewis on Federal Drive with Tom Temin about the updates.