A bill in Congress would make sure federal employees who work in security, food service, and janitorial services, get reimbursed after the government shutdown ends.
The US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine has developed a way to more accurately predict when a soldier is in danger of overheating.
From our daily defense photo gallery, we chose our favorite images from across the armed services this year. Scroll the gallery to see our top picks.
TRICARE beneficiaries now have until the end of the year to change their health plan.
In today’s Federal Newscast, 11 agencies improved their grades, and for the first time no agency received an F on the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act or FITARA scorecard.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Justice Department said Sgt. Ikaika Kang provided sensitive military documents and military equipment to who he thought were members of ISIS.
The Defense Department honored its annual list of team and individual winners at the CIO Awards for achievement in areas such as IT, cybersecurity and electronic records management.
The military services are thinking about sending troops to different areas depending on deployability status.
Members of the military who joined before Jan. 1, 2018, only have until the end of the year to join the blended retirement system.
Soldiers can get national accreditation for military occupation specialties if they keep track of their hours.
The Defense Department is putting an emphasis on jointness and addressing injuries in the field in order to ensure military competitiveness.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Integrated Digital Experience Act calls for digitizing government processes and establishing minimum standards for federal websites.
Incomplete, inaccurate provider database remains a major problem, 11 months after new vendors took over TRICARE management.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs was forced to change how it pays for veterans’ education benefits after IT problems.