Funding shortfalls will have serious consequences in the final quarter of this fiscal year because of unexpected bills related to security at the Capitol, National Guard officials warn.
In today's Federal Newscast: This summer's Post Office rate increases are expected to decrease business and make more money, and the U.S. Fleet Forces Command has a new leader.
The plan will have five lines of effort focusing on everything from bases to workforce.
DoD wants to use 3D printing to solve frontline and logistical challenges alike, but is the department up to the task of securing the digital systems?
In today's Federal Newscast, Air Force contracting officials and law enforcement have agreed to crackdown on acquisition fraud. The State Department is under fire for its backlog of passport applications.
Students will wear goggles that allow them to mix chemicals without the dangers.
A Government Accountability Office review found the legal training commanders rely on is delivered inconsistently, and poorly tracked by military departments.
The space agency is using temporary agreements to test out satellite imagery and other products with a view toward working more closely with start-up companies.
The Navy’s $222.9 million contract with CGI is at risk of collapse due to problems ranging from vendor performance to implementing an unsatisfactory and inflexible product to significant cost and schedule increases.
The office plans to award its 55th contract by the end of the year.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Pentagon is giving other cloud service providers a chance to participate in new contract after it cancelled the JEDI Cloud project.
The funds would be taken from lesser used programs and savings from some procurement efforts.
DoD decides the one-cloud approach for its tactical requirements needs revision.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest from the director of information technology and cybersecurity issues at the Government Accountability Office, Vijay D'Souza.