The Army is whittling down its 14,000 soldier backlog of noncommissioned officers that need educational training.
Defense companies are expected to increase hiring for the first time in five years, but that could create problems for the Defense Department’s recruiting initiatives.
DoD released a proposed rule that will require companies to give the Pentagon more information about IR&D projects.
DoD is asking stakeholders for their input on a rule that would raise the barrier for independent research and development funds.
The Marine Corps is looking toward personnel for ways to meet its cyber mandates in a time of budget cuts.
One-year emergency budget spending won’t cut it when it comes to modernizing and training the Army, members of the Future of the Army Commission told Congress.
The Defense budget prioritized research and development and cyber, but that doesn’t mean the third offset strategy is getting a lot of money in 2017.
Democrats and Republicans both agree the Postal Service needs congressional help to better its budget, but getting there is a tougher problem.
Defense experts warned Congress about creeping operating and support costs and suggested ways to rectify them.
Fiscal 2017 may be the beginning of a funding gap between what the Defense Department needs and what it can be allocated unless Congress can fix the budget.
Defense analysts think the National Commission on the Future of the Army could have been bolder in its recommendations.
The National Commission on the Future of the Army suggested keeping the active duty Army size minimum at 450,000 and increasing multi-component integration.
The Air Force’s modernization plans account for a large part of the Defense Department’s overall spending to bring weapon systems up to date over the next decade, according to a new study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
The Defense Department needs to find better ways to attract and retain nuclear forces in addition to funding nuclear modernization, according to U.S. Strategic Command’s leader Adm. Cecil Haney.