The Navy says it wants any extra funds to go to current ship maintenance before building to Trump’s ideal 350 ship fleet.
The new year brings a host of people on the move, including a new deputy CIO at the Defense Department and a familiar face leading the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s IT office.
Navy documents retrieved by the Washington Post reveal that the branch’s criminal division had been trying since 2006 to find evidence of corruption on defense contractor Leonard Francis.
A sailor from the Wasp Amphibious Ready Group greets his baby girl as part of a holiday homecoming.
The crew of the International Space Station sends a holiday message, sailors from the USS Wasp Amphibious Ready Group return home and the Interior Department shows off some of its big trees.
The Navy is scrapping its decision to eliminate dozens of enlisted sailors’ job titles, including many that end in “man,” after hitting an onslaught of opposition from the force
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain is blasting the Navy’s expensive new warships that have been plagued by engine problems and have yet to demonstrate key warfighting functions
The 2016 update to the Navy Force Structure Assessment, sent to Congress last week, asserts the service needs a fleet of 355 ships in order to adequately perform its missions. That’s a big change from the 2014 plan of 308 ships the Navy has been building toward.
This photo gallery commemorates the 74th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The Navy is trying to personalize health care for its patients by integrating it in their daily lives.
The Navy says the names, Social Security numbers and other sensitive details of 134,386 current and former sailors have been breached on a contractor’s laptop
The Defense Department’s $38.5 billion IT budget in the fiscal 2017 requests is being driven by three major trends contractors should be aware of: cybersecurity, cloud and analytics.
When Rear Adm. Matt Winter, outgoing Chief of Naval Research, looks back on his career at the Office of Naval Research, the thing he is most proud of is working with “the best and brightest scientists in the world.”
The Navy and Marine Corps are doing their part to build up a “hardened workforce,” which is a key part of federal CISO Greg Touhill’s strategic plan to strengthen cybersecurity.
Rear Adm. Mat Winter, the chief of naval research, is packing up knick-knacks. This week is Winter’s final one on the job. He’s leaving the post on Friday to take a leadership position in the Pentagon’s F-35 program office. Before departing, he spent a few minutes with Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk about his two years as the leader of the Office of the Naval Research, which, by the way, turned 70-years old this year.