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The U.S. Navy is finding that its carriers are nearly as costly to decommission and scrap as they are to build and launch.
Rear Admiral Alene Duerk, the Navy’s first female admiral, who became a trailblazer as the Navy opened up more opportunities for women, has died
NGEN program officials are meeting with Defense acquisition bosses this week, anticipating approvals for a final solicitation on July 31.
Getting cloud to some of the most dangerous and remote areas is no easy task.
With new OTA for information warfare, the Navy hopes to quickly push its cyber demands to industry, but also get answers to questions it hadn’t thought to ask.
The Navy says it will now allow servicewomen to sport ponytails and other hairstyles, reversing a policy that long forbade females from letting their hair down
House Democrats are increasing their pressure on President Donald Trump to rescind his recent executive orders on official time and collective bargaining.
The Navy awards a $100 million contract to operate the government’s latest consortium of companies aiming to get in on the military’s increasing reliance on other transaction agreements.
Two pilot projects, both using existing data to improve NAVSUP’s business processes, are expected to produce results by August.
Naval Supply Systems Command launched its digital accelerator project a few months ago in hopes of leveraging its existing data. Meanwhile the Department of Transportation wants to reduce its dependency on headquarters.
Gary Wang, the Army’s deputy CIO, retired after 35 years in government and Jerry Davis will retire from NASA Ames in July.
Amid “battle for talent” in the military’s maintenance facilities, officials press for a relaxation of restrictions on hiring civilians
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department publishes the ratings of its 130 community living centers.