For nearly 10 years, the Defense Information Systems Agency has been working to provide secure cloud computing to DoD agencies. DISA now helps agencies use commercial providers in a secure way.
The DoD inspector general looked at 56 Army contracts awarded by five Army contracting shops to see whether the Army was consistent in evaluating past performance.
A new bill in the House would take a novel approach to increasing the numbers of women and minorities in high ranking positions in the Defense Department, both uniformed and civilian. It would use grants to fund organizations devoted to leadership development and mentoring.
The Defense Department is changing its policy on collection and retention of privacy-related data about U.S. citizens. That means changes for the way the intelligence community does business.
The Navy is incorporating virtual environments and distance learning so sailors can get training they need and not spend long periods away from their duty stations. It’s all part of the long term effort known as Sailor 2025.
DoD’s newest procurement system attempts to walk the line between best value and lowest-priced, technically acceptable.
The departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs certified to Congress that their electronic health records were finally interoperable. That was three months ago. And lawmakers aren’t satisfied with that assertion.
Defense Department officials have identified tens of billions in potential savings, but a lack of data is hampering their ability do anything about it.
This week, Pentagon solutions looks at how the Defense Department is trying to tackle insider threats within the contract space. Also, what’s congress doing to address the bid protest problem?
Even before the blended retirement plan goes into effect, the Pentagon is monkeying with it, and that’s got the ire of retired officers.
The Defense Department decides to reject a recent audit’s recommendation to reduce the housing allowance benefits for dual military couples.
The policy package the House Armed Services Committee’s Defense bill includes several measures meant to address hazing. Congress and the Government Accountability Office both say DoD hasn’t done enough to track and punish behavior that…
Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu discusses information warfare and Navy weapons systems with Vice Adm. Ted Branch and Rear Adm. Michael Manazir at the 2016 Sea-Air-Space conference in National Harbor, Maryland.
Michael Sullivan, GAO’s director for defense weapons system acquisitions, and Trey Hodgkins, senior vice president of the IT Industry Council, are guests on this week’s Pentagon Solutions.
Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president of the Professional Services Council, and Brenda Farrell, director of Defense Capabilities and Management Issues at the GAO, join Pentagon Solutions.