“Operation Warp Speed” has the ambitious goal of developing a coronavirus vaccine by the end of this year. The Army thinks that’s doable. It might even be possible to make vaccines against viruses that haven’t emerged yet.
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In addition to the dirt and water the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers moves around the world for its projects, it also has to shift a considerable amount of data.
Some of the Army’s biggest programs may not stay on schedule as expected delays to new weapons systems come to fruition due to coronavirus. The service’s top acquisition official says most major weapons systems remain…
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…
The Army’s chief information officer said the service has an “operational imperative” to migrate data to a cloud environment.
Representatives from the Department of Homeland Security, the US Army and Cole Engineering Services join host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access for a wide ranging discussion of a new virtual simulation tool that helps train first responders.
The Pentagon told its contracting officers and contract administrators to boost the amount of money it pays vendors in the form of progress payments as one way to increase their cash flow amidst a sagging economy.
Small defense businesses are laying off employees, but they may have an opportunity to grow with DoD.
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.
The DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program is using several of its supercomputers to help with various aspects of the government’s COVID-19 response.
New benefits and programs from the military seem to be helping troops and their families.
The Army’s acquisition shop has enlisted the service’s expeditionery technology search group to help with the rapid production of low cost ventilators.
If a virus can kill Americans and wreck the economy more easily than a foreign enemy, is the United States approaching the idea of national defense the right way in the first place?