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Army leaders say the services they’re building now are “cloud agnostic,” and can be moved to a DoD-wide enterprise cloud when and if one comes to pass.
Defense officials say COVID-19 “shattered the myth” that employees can’t be productive while teleworking. In many cases, they’re more productive than ever.
The new project, called Quantum Leap, aims to reshuffle about 1,000 members of the Army’s IT and cyber workforce between now and 2023. Officials say the current civilian workforce isn’t postured for the skills the service will need in the future.
Federal agents have seized more than 20 vehicles and the money from 10 bank accounts belonging to a married couple of U.S. Army veterans in Texas
The new organization will train a software workforce that can solve problems without going back to leadership.
The unidentified woman is one of three female soldiers who have been going through the Army Special Forces qualification course at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
In both chambers of Congress, next year’s NDAA tells DoD it’s time to devote more energy toward understanding not just the cost of buying weapons, but the long-term cost of owning them.
The Army will take a few limited steps to counter racial divisiveness among its force
That 4,000 soldier deficit came in April and May when the Army saw a dip of about 2,000 new enlistments per month.
The markup would put a one year hold on the cuts and restructuring.
Lawmakers chided the services for not addressing the issue sooner.
The Army will bifurcate its headquarters IT leadership office in August, creating a separate CIO office to make IT policies and putting a three-star military officer in charge of implementing them.
The Pentagon says it’s not resisting oversight but also did not say when officials will appear on the Hill.