The rapid acquisition office the Pentagon set up a decade ago to fight against improvised explosives spent at least $112 million to deliver the military services several programs that were never proven to work, the Defense Department’s inspector general said Tuesday.
TRICARE contract protests are now so inevitable that a company might want to file one even if they’re one of the winners.
The Defense Department will revise its final request for bids in a massive information technology services contract known as ENCORE III following months of industry complaints.
The Air Force is in the midst of a significant reorganization of its space workforce that’s somewhat reminiscent of what began with the IT workforce a decade ago.
The Defense Department will likely have to make significant changes to a much-anticipated IT services contract known as ENCORE III following a legal decision that upheld challenges by two prospective bidders.
By the end of this calendar year, the Defense Department plans to deliver new assessments of the cost and scope of the Joint Information Environment, the ambitious, four-year-old project to unify an estimated 15,000 IT…
A new report aims to put to rest the question of whether a national and global shortfall of cybersecurity talent is a genuine problem.
The Justice Department’s top national security official says the most successful tools the federal government has employed to deter other countries from hacking the U.S. so far have been legal ones rather tit-for-tat counterattacks.
The Defense Department inspector general’s office substantiated a whistleblower reprisal claim, making it the first time the IG had ever done so in a sexual assault case.
Retired Lt. Col. Teresa James tells an audience of government whistleblower hotline managers in Arlington, Virginia, that female officers in her office were intimidated by a male superior who would routinely sexually harass them.
DOD made awards in the next generation of contracts to run its TRICARE health plan: $41 billion to Humana and $18 billion to Health Net.
The Army Logistics Maintenance Program eliminated $2 billion in costs for old systems maintenance and cut $4 billion in “spare” parts the Army doesn’t need.
The Navy released a request for information flagging cloud computing as one of the IT domains that it may break apart from the next NGEN contract — expected to be awarded to a new vendor or vendors sometime next year.
The Defense Department settled on two firms to manage the latest generation of its TRICARE health insurance system Thursday, picking Health Net Federal Services and Humana Military for contracts worth up to $18 billion and $41 billion, respectively, over nearly six years.