The new Army Futures Command is up and running in Austin. But realigning the service’s modernization bureaucracy to operate in concert will take at least another year.
The Army is starting a limited user test for its Credentialing Assistance Program to encompass 1,500 soldiers.
The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act is mostly about Defense Department matters but at more than 1,000 pages it contains provisions for all federal agencies.
Special Operations conjure images of super-trained, nearly invincible soldiers, sailors, and airmen. Even the Marine Corps has a special operations unit.
The U.S. Navy is finding that its carriers are nearly as costly to decommission and scrap as they are to build and launch.
The Defense Innovation Unit is temporarily slowing down so it won’t repeat past mistakes.
Photos of the amazing, moving, important and amusing things happening in the defense community.
Jeff Neal, former CHCO at DHS, says that the new hiring authority included in the 2019 NDAA is not a bad idea.
The new Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said several new people will be taking top-level leadership positions at the agency shortly. Pamela Powers will be the department’s new chief of staff and Chris Syrek will be VA’s deputy chief of staff.
The Defense Department’s process for buying commercial items can take even longer than its traditional procurement system.
Three federal procurement experts analyzed Oracle’s protest of DoD’s $10 billion cloud contract and found the software company is on solid ground.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management is encouraging agencies to let Washington-area employees use telework and other workplace flexibilities for the next two weeks during Metro’s major track work.
The Army is trying to stay on the cusp of defensive cyber technology by using a consortium of companies.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Pentagon officially announces its plans to establish a sixth branch of the military focused on space.
Federal security clearances may grab headlines, but the polygraph portion has gone virtually unchanged for decades. Now they’re getting a closer look.