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Jared Serbu

Jared Serbu

Deputy Editor/DoD Reporter

Jared Serbu has been covering the Defense Department since 2010 and has filed hundreds of stories on DoD’s contracting, legislative, workforce and materiel issues. Jared has produced multiple news series, which included investigating DoD’s shrinking footprint and the Goldwater-Nichols Act: 25 years later. Jared also hosts On DoD, a weekly interview program with DoD officials.

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DoD’s long-delayed household goods moving contract faces yet another protest

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DoD picks Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Oracle for multibillion dollar project to replace JEDI Cloud

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In this Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021, photograph, a sign notifies customers that COVID-19 vaccinations are available at a pharmacy in a grocery store in Monument, Colo. Millions of U.S. workers now have a Jan. 4 deadline to get a COVID vaccine. The federal government on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021 announced new vaccine requirements for workers at companies with more than 100 employees as well as workers at health care facilities that treat Medicare and Medicaid patients. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

GSA says vast majority of contractors agree to implement vaccine mandate

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(Army courtesy photo)To help make moving as stress-free as possible, Move.mil has partnered with Military OneSource to house all the moving support you need, all in one place. Starting October 4, 2021, moving customers are invited to visit the Moving & Housing section of MilitaryOneSource.mil to find web pages covering a wide range of information about everything from shipping household goods to settling into a new duty station. (Courtesy Photo)

Military’s new household goods contractor plans tech infusion to ‘transform’ moving process

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In this Feb. 8, 2021, photo provided by the U.S. Navy, Adm. John Aquilino, commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet, speaks with sailors assigned to the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). Senior U.S. Navy commanders met with sailors on ships on the West Coast Monday and Tuesday, after two recent racist incidents triggered one of the first military stand-downs to address extremism in the ranks. (Mass Communication Spc. Seaman Apprentice Mason Congleton/U.S. Navy via AP)

Report finds military services still ill-equipped to investigate, prosecute sex crimes

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(Army courtesy photo)To help make moving as stress-free as possible, Move.mil has partnered with Military OneSource to house all the moving support you need, all in one place. Starting October 4, 2021, moving customers are invited to visit the Moving & Housing section of MilitaryOneSource.mil to find web pages covering a wide range of information about everything from shipping household goods to settling into a new duty station. (Courtesy Photo)

DoD makes $6.2B award in do-over of military household goods moving contract

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Amid explosion in DoD’s use of OTAs, myths abound about how and whether to use them

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FILE - In this Friday, July 30, 2004 file photo, the U.S.S. Virginia returns to the Electric Boat Shipyard in Groton Conn., after its first sea trials. A Navy nuclear engineer with access to military secrets has been charged with trying to pass information about the design of American nuclear-powered submarines to someone he thought was a representative of a foreign government but who turned out to be an undercover FBI agent, the Justice Department said Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021. (AP Photo/Jack Sauer, File)

House readiness panel ‘not messing around’ on deteriorating DoD depots

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