DoD’s adoption of a new electronic health record is a major driver for a bevy of other upgrades to health IT in the military health system, including a new, worldwide virtual private network and common desktop.
Among the differences this year: some commissaries could remain open, travel polices get more restrictive.
Continuing resolutions temporarily evade shutdowns, but they may also hurt the Department of Defense’s readiness long-term.
If service members can’t pay their debts they might be in violation of the Uniformed Code of Military Justice.
Several industry organizations have resource centers to help industry prepare for a government shutdown.
How to keep military bureaucracy from squelching new and better solutions
Essential employees will still go to work, but everyone else will be sitting at home.
Navy says all of its Japan-based ships are caught up on training, certification standards, a dramatic departure from a year ago.
As Congress looks to avert a government shutdown, the Air Force is planning a top-to-bottom review of its programs to free up room in its operating budget.
Defense Undersecretary for Research and Engineering Michael Griffin said he wants to focus on how DoD transitions programs from ideas to reality.
After years of cajoling by Congress, the Defense Department has finally begun a full audit of its financial statements.
The Maritime Administration may not be the best-known federal agency, but this unit of the Transportation Department has a lot of influence on both civilian and naval shipping.
The Army is making its number one priority long range precision fires with 10x capability.
Navy could announce 21 weeks of paternity leave as soon as next month, but the boost would require a change in DoD policy.
DoD and FDA want to deliver medical products to service members faster, but is is compromising safety?