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The Air Force will send 60 recruits a week to Keesler to help the service meet end strength goals.
DoD’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is in a hurry to move its software development to an enterprise cloud platform. The Air Force’s Cloud One is the next-best option for now.
Today, May 25, 2020, the nation honored and remembered the brave members of our military that paid the ultimate sacrifice for our country. The coronavirus pandemic meant the many of the usual parades and mass…
Controlling and protecting the new U.S. Space Force’s satellites will require plenty of data. Some of the Space Force’s assets will carry over from the Air Force but it is still a new operation.
Officials said Friday that DoD’s newest combatant command will stay at its temporary home in Colorado Springs for the next six years; it’s expected to take about that long for a new basing decision to be made and new facilities to be built.
The Air Force’s top acquisition official says his service has seen so much success with virtual events that it’s never going back to in-person-only industry engagements.
The Air Force adapted its survival training to COVID-19 and it likes the results.
An independent assessment by the Defense Business Board found DoD’s chief management officer is “nearly unanimously” viewed as ineffective — partly because the CMO was never set up for success.
Bill Marion, who left federal service after 28 years including the last four years as the deputy chief information officer of the Air Force, said the next deputy CIO will have a long list of priorities including continuing network modernization, transforming risk management and ensuring the service has a digital workforce.
Small defense businesses are laying off employees, but they may have an opportunity to grow with DoD.
The General Services Administration’s inspector general reviewed new schedule contracts or those being renewed over a three-year period and found the agency may not be getting the price discounts that the government should expect.
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.
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.