The Army believes it now has a workable strategy to buy cyber capabilities within 30 days, but it started by fixing its budgeting and requirements processes.
The Air Force is using interview hubs and other tactics to cut back on security clearance wait times.
From buildings that collapse in the rain to crooked contractors, the special inspector general for Afghanistan Reconstruction has seen it all.
Rep. Mac Thornberry’s (R-Texas) latest proposal for acquisition reform presses DoD to implement the initiatives Congress has already passed; borrows heavily from “809 panel” for new ones.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and Environment Lucian Niemeyer tells members of Congress about how six years of sequestration effected military buildings.
The Army’s new framework for a rapid process to acquire cyber defensive tools is a good example of how DoD acquisition systems are about providing the warfighters as much capability as possible.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry wants to cut the Fourth Estate by 25 percent. But lawmakers and former DoD officials aren’t sure it can happen.
The Soldier for Life program helps soldiers transition into the civilian world and it’s coming out with some new initiatives.
Chris Howard, the vice president of federal sales for Nutanix, explains why a multi-cloud environment for the military makes more sense.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) wants the Defense Department to cut its Fourth Estate spending.
The ship carried President Franklin D. Roosevelt to South America and, later, components of the atomic bomb which was dropped on Hiroshima.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department will be sending up to 4,000 troops to U.S.-Mexico border to assist the Homeland Security Department.
Among more than 1,000 questions about DoD’s upcoming JEDI contract, dozens of vendors questioned its single-award approach. But the Pentagon isn’t changing its strategy.
In the absence of congressional permission for base closures, the Defense Department has decided to invest heavily in demolishing structures on existing bases that are no longer worth saving.
U.S. Maritime Administration says it’s 1,800 civilian sailors short of what it needs to achieve its national security mission.