A provision in the annual defense bill mandates a new Pentagon analysis of current personnel policies and whether they’re harming officer retention.
The Defense Department’s review of its current personnel authorities is late, but House lawmakers say they’re still some recruitment and retention challenges they want to tackle in next year’s authorization act.
In biweekly meetings, DoD contracting experts are chewing through every page of the Pentagon’s procurement rules. They expect to eliminate about half.
The Office of Personnel Management detailed several significant proposals that would impact the current federal employee retirement system.
The House Armed Services Committee’s version of the annual Defense bill lets DISA continue to operate, but it strips DISA’s acquisition, cyber defense missions.
The House’s version of the annual Defense policy bill would let the military onboard new officers with outside cyber expertise up to the rank of Army colonel or Navy captain.
The House-passed version of the defense authorization act does not include the Trump administration’s proposed changes to federal retirement.
The Professional Services Council CEO helps demystify LPTA and PALT for defense department buyers and contractors.
Congress once again is considering higher Voluntary Separation Incentive Payments (VSIPs) for civilian federal employees.
Senate NDAA, House appropriations bill each would impose new preconditions on the Pentagon’s controversial Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure