Innovation challenges are becoming a popular way for the military to bring in new ideas.
For the U.S. Army and one of its software contractors, the conflict in Afghanistan is still going on. An unresolved dispute over licensing of language translation software has entered a new phase, eight years after the company first claimed breach of contract.
Army brass have been pursuing a modernization strategy for some time now via the Army Futures Command. It's focused on doctrine and lethality and the systems to keep the Army out front.
Experts estimated around 20,000 people are assaulted in the military each year. The Army, Navy and Air Force are implementing new policies aimed at reducing assaults.
The Army is reevaluating its end strength numbers because recruitment is so challenging.
Each service has faced recruiting challenges in recent months, but the Army's is by far the largest.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Army has relaxed their policies on tattoos in an effort to recruit more people.
The Defense Department is seeing the Biden administration’s green-government goals as an opportunity to improve resilience around critical resources like fuel and electricity.
A summary of how some federal agencies and the armed forces are celebrated Independence Day
Up to 40,000 Army National Guard soldiers haven't yet gotten the mandated COVID-19 vaccine
Raj Iyer, the Army’s chief information officer, said the Army’s IT and cybersecurity budget request is $16.6 billion in 2023, which is the largest of all DoD services.
The latest lawsuit challenging DoD's COVID-19 vaccine mandate says the Air Force's religious accommodation process is set up to make those exemptions almost impossible to get.
The lawmakers also want to know if DoD needs any legal authorities to better oversight.
Raj Iyer, the Army’s chief information officer, said 20,000 soldiers and civilians will be among the first to use the new bring-your-own-device technology.