U.S. Forces Korea has banned several non-uniformed personnel from its bases for the next two years for violating the command’s health protection orders.
The DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program is using several of its supercomputers to help with various aspects of the government’s COVID-19 response.
DoD says CMMC certifications will require an in-person visit by a third-party auditor, partly to make sure the company being certified really exists.
Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein has told his service to prepare for a “new abnormal.” He wants the service to be able to conduct its missions even with the possibility that 20 percent of the force will be infected with coronavirus until a vaccine is found.
Updated order adds exceptions for overseas deployments and recruiting, while extending ban on most other travel through June 30.
It’s been several years since budget challenges caused federal agencies to offer widespread buyouts and early-outs to their workforces, but the Defense Contract Management Agency is finding itself in that position now.
Defense officials say the new restrictions, though longer, will allow for more liberal exceptions. But they released few details on what those exceptions would be.
A federal judge has granted the Defense Department’s request to revise and reconsider at least some parts of its controversial JEDI Cloud procurement.
Long-awaited OIG review of the JEDI procurement also finds ethical violations by two Defense officials, but none that impacted the contract decision.
In the span of just a few weeks, the military services have achieved five-to-tenfold increases in the number of users who can connect to their networks from home.
The Pentagon plans to announce new contracts under the Defense Production Act to increase the domestic supply of critical N95 respirators over the next three months.
DoD’s latest request for prototypes looks for technologies that can share critical mid-band spectrum between 5G networks and existing military radar systems.
Sarkis Tatigian joined the Navy in 1942. He’s been there ever since, until his death this week at the age of 96. Read about him and other Defense news in this week’s DoD Reporter’s Notebook.
The House Armed Services Committee’s ranking member says previous reform efforts have told DoD to pay more attention to sustainment costs, but only for individual weapons systems.