A new intellectual property policy allows for customized arrangements between DoD and companies.
The Army is taking in vast amounts of information on its soldiers to place them in their most fitting jobs.
The Navy is shortening contract times for small businesses and trying to get them to production faster.
The Navy is preparing two major plans to make data management better.
TRICARE recipients will see an increase of up to 40% or slightly more to their prescription drug copayments at the beginning of 2020.
TRANSCOM says business is prepared for the daunting task of managing 20% of the moving market.
Active-duty military suicides are at a five year high, but there are some solutions DoD isn’t considering.
Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) becomes the sixth Republican from the state not seeking reelection in the next cycle.
The Air University graduated its largest class since 1967.
The Army cut $25 billion in old weapons over the next five years to reinvest into modernization, but Congress is miffed that its ability to weigh in on programs is limited.
TRICARE enrollees will have an opportunity to change their plans from Nov. 11 to Dec. 9.
The Army wants to get away from its reliance on oil and it’s new acquisition arm is looking into it.
With only a few more months left for some service members to transfer GI Bill benefits to dependents, a trio of Senators want to put a halt to the change.
The Defense Department is considering changing manpower policies to lure more reserve recruits and retain the ones it has.