Nicolas Chaillan, the Air Force’s chief software officer, said rebalancing the contractor-federal employee ratio is important to ensure the right oversight continues without delaying the delivery of software.
Four of the 18 rights have been stuck in negotiations with housing contractors.
The Navy wants to leverage some of the work its major contractors have already done on digital engineering, but legal issues and intellectual property rights pose challenges.
Following an apparently successful pilot project, DoD plans to start negotiations with SAP Concur on the price tag to fully replace its existing system.
In Part 3 of his series, Roger Waldron examines the unprecedented success of OASIS SB and OASIS Unrestricted in delivering best value mission support to customer agencies for complex, professional services, especially DoD.
If it could, the Air Force would prefer to have airmen and guardians only perform the work they need to do – and find other solutions where possible.
A bill that would remove sexual assault investigations from the military chain of command now has 46 Senate co-sponsors, including 10 Republicans.
According to a First Command Financial Services annual survey of financial readiness, career military families are on the hole less financially literate than the general population.
DoD hopes to have two formal strategies approved soon -- one classified and one unclassified -- to codify each of the lines of effort in its Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) project.
For the Air Force’s enterprise IT and cyber infrastructure division, connecting airmen and guardians with the data they need along the entire transactional path, to do their mission, is the focus.
The new customer base for AAFES, NEX and MCX outlets will include currently-serving DoD and Coast Guard civilians and retirees.
Both the armed services and contractors are trying to speed design and prototyping of new platforms and weapons using digital techniques.
The number of suicides in the military went up during an unusually stressful year.
For more than a decade, the CyberPatriot national youth cyber defense competition has matched teams of middle and high school students who find and fix cybersecurity flaws.