The Navy’s eight new cloud “brokers” will mostly be in charge of setting their applications up for success, with strict oversight from Navy IT leaders.
As part of a revived effort to manage contractors, civilians and military personnel as a “total force,” DoD intends to propose a new way to conduct public-private competitions.
Two pilot projects, both using existing data to improve NAVSUP’s business processes, are expected to produce results by August.
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.
According to a new HHS report, chemicals in fire-fighting foam used by the military have been linked to thyroid diseases and liver damage.
Gary Wang, the Army’s deputy CIO, retired after 35 years in government and Jerry Davis will retire from NASA Ames in July.
The backlog of security clearances in the federal government makes it harder to perform classified work, while the lack of a cyber doctrine makes it harder to respond to cyber attacks without risking escalation.
The Senate Appropriations Committee cleared a bill to give federal civilian employees a 1.9 percent pay raise in 2019.
The Air Force trying new tactics to recapitalize its facilities despite a huge backlog.
Senate’s NDAA says DoD has failed to deliver on a military health reorganization Congress ordered two years ago, and mandates more specific reforms.
The Senate’s Defense policy bill claims DoD has dragged its feet on previously-ordered management reforms that would create cross-functional teams to solve business challenges.
The Senate’s NDAA orders SOCOM to transfer dozens of personnel to the Pentagon office in charge of overseeing it. In the 2017 NDAA, Congress reorganized the chain of command for special operations.
Created in 2000, the Joint Special Operations University was designed to provide specialized education for the military’s elite and its international partners.
Amid “battle for talent” in the military’s maintenance facilities, officials press for a relaxation of restrictions on hiring civilians
After a second wave of cuts to the Marine Corps’ Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program, only about one third of the UPFRP offices will remain.