In today’s Federal Newscast, President Donald Trump hints that another government shutdown is likely after funding runs out again in three weeks.
1st Lt. Michael Ferguson has combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, is a former Army Ranger instructor and writes regularly about national security.
National Guard cyber teams are helping with police networks, elections and national missions.
After years of uncertain budgets and constant war, the military services say they are near adaquate readiness levels.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford said moving to a hybrid cloud is part of how the service is reducing data centers and making data accessible.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) wants to know why the National Parks Service reopened the Old Post Office Tower within the D.C. Trump Hotel during the government shutdown.
Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford, the Army’s chief information officer, said the service’s new artificial intelligence task force will focus on tasks ranging from automating cybersecurity to identity management.
The new video game will essentially test players’ skills for the Air Force and use those results to directly recruit them.
The Army plans to arm its recruiters with neighborhood-by-neighborhood market research data and diversity its marketing messages in an effort to boost accession rates.
The Army wants to keep its Medical Research and Materiel Command, despite a 2019 law taking it away.
Bloomberg Senior Defense Analyst Rob Levinson joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with details about the effects on contracts if the U.S. pulls out of Syria.
In today’s Federal Newscast, federal courts will be able to continue operating until Jan. 18 with their limited funds during the partial government shutdown.
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.