The 2020 NDAA bars DoD from converting military medical billets to civilian ones until more analysis is done.
Justice Department lawyers accuse Amazon of improperly redacting a “large quantity” of information from the publicly-released version of its JEDI lawsuit
The final agreement maintains the NDAA’s decades-long reputation of must-pass legislation, but punts thorny border issues to the still-unsettled appropriations process.
A redacted version of Amazon’s lawsuit, unsealed Friday, claims DoD took a series of politically-influenced steps to devalue its bid and elevate Microsoft’s.
Beneficiaries credit cards were hit with charges up to 100 times what they should have been.
The Army plans a critical design review process next April, after which it will begin buying significant quantities of gear to build its integrated tactical network.
Each of the military services significantly ramped up their use of direct hiring in 2019. The Air Force Sustainment Center, for instance, is using the authority to fill more than 70 percent of all job openings.
Amazon filed its promised bid protest lawsuit at the Court of Federal Claims on Friday. The complaint is still under seal, but accompanying documents indicate it will use video evidence suggesting improper influence on the JEDI contract by President Trump.
David Norquist, the deputy secretary of Defense, said the nascent audit process — expensive as it is — is largely paying for itself already.
Although the Pentagon resolved more than 500 findings from last year’s audit, so far, auditors are identifying financial management problems faster than DoD can fix them.
AWS is challenging DoD’s decision to award the contract to Microsoft, saying the contracting process contained “clear deficiencies, errors, and unmistakable bias.”
Senators asked VA for a response to foreign information operations targeting veterans as the House held its first hearing on the issue.
In today’s Federal Newscast, seven of the Homeland Security department’s Senate-confirmed positions are empty, and key Senators want the president to address the issue.
The Army says previous campaigns have told audiences too much of what they already know about military service. The latest effort aims to “surprise” the Generation Z audience that constitutes the current recruiting pool.