DoD’s number-two official points to Joint Interagency Combined Space Operations Center as the first operational example of the Pentagon’s “third offset” strategy.
As of last week, all of the Defense Department components that fall under the direct control of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) are barred from hiring any new civilian employees.
Within the next month, the Navy expects to issue a request for proposals to support a new concept it’s calling the “Cloud Store.”
Peter Levine, DoD’s deputy chief management officer, told a House subcommittee that his office’s problem with deploying business IT systems boils down to too many cooks in the kitchen.
Although as a general matter the Defense Department has been slow to embrace commercial cloud computing, the Navy has implemented two new practices it hopes will speed things up. The Navy is the first military service…
The Army is planning to co-mingle Army, National Guard and reservists to promote compatibility in peacetime and wartime.
In a new report, Army medical officials strongly suggest they’ll need help from across the force to keep the Army healthy.
Rep. Mac Thornberry’s (R-Texas) next round of Defense reform focuses on open architectures, cutting duplicate oversight
Army says divestiture is the “starting point” for its current modernization strategy as costs to maintain and store old equipment crowd out new procurement.
The Army says it’s enthusiastically embracing reforms that give its uniformed officials more responsibility, and asks Congress to give them more authority.
This week’s show features two guests on two topics. We begin with Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, the commander of the Air Force’s Air Education and Training Command. We invited him on the program to talk about…
Military personnel leaders worry enlisted members will suffer under new retirement plan, given paycheck-to-paycheck earning levels in first few years of their careers.
Top officials from the Department of Veterans Affairs will meet this week with leaders from several leading veterans’ service organizations, seeking common ground on a legislative proposal that would overhaul the appeals process for veterans’ compensation claims.
The Defense Department announced it would be launching the federal government’s first-ever “bug bounty,” banking on the idea that there’s a nascent community of white hat hackers that’s been itching to help the Pentagon with its cybersecurity challenges.