DoD’s third-highest ranking official, John Gibson, is leaving his post effective at the end of the month.
Since April, the Army has cut more than 60 training and administrative requirements. Top official say the goal is to redirect time and resources into readiness and modernization.
Defense Secretary James Mattis has appointed a new task force to cut theft and misappropriation of DoD information, reporting directly to the deputy defense secretary and vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
As the Army maps out a new architecture for tactical networks, it’s trying to balance technical flexibility against a one-size-fits-all approach.
Joint Task Force Civil Support is one of the smallest organizations in the military’s force structure, which may be its most important attribute.
Army says it wants industry ideas to build ‘installations of the future’ from monitoring energy usage, to family life on the base.
Only 20 percent of the Army’s cyber teams are made up of civilians. The Army is analyzing whether that’s the right ratio in an environment where every uniformed servicemember is expected to be able to deploy to combat.
The Army names a new deputy CIO, while the Air Force picks its second-ever chief data officer.
The Defense Department is using a functional community approach to reexamine, retrain its HR workforce.
A day after releasing one half of the final NGEN RFP, the Navy releases a draft version of the other, saying it’s made several changes.
The commander of Air Education and Training Command wants to overhaul the service’s process for training new pilots, and artificial intelligence will play a major role.
Air Force secretary Heather Wilson said the service needs 74 additional squadrons in order to meet the missions it’s been assigned under the new national defense strategy.
Appeals court says the Army acted arbitrarily and capriciously when it decided to pay contractors to build a new intelligence IT system, rather than buying a commercially-available one.
The organizational chart that maps out responsibilities for ensuring VA’s new electronic health record will work with DoD’s has 16 different boxes in it. That’s a worry for many lawmakers.