Members of Congress include fewer veterans than in past decades, but the ones now in office have been vocal about the situation in Afghanistan.
The Army is working with industry to develop a new generation of helicopters and drones that operate vertically. One recent milestone was the locking in of requirements for four lines of effort.
The House Armed Services Committee will consider a $716 billion defense bill, including changes to how the military prosecutes sexual crimes.
Danielle Metz, the DoD deputy chief information officer for information enterprise, said the revamped IT portfolio management process will integrate with the DoD budget cycle to ensure resources reflect IT portfolio management decisions.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Pentagon is determining what it should do with billions intended for the Afghan armed forces.
The Army's Big Data Platform solves a large portion of the siloed data problem which has plagued not only the service but nearly every corner of the federal cyber workforce.
In the first of multiple waves yet to be implemented under a new reform plan, the Navy has saved or avoided more than $400 million in costs by taking a more holistic, data-centric view of its supply chain.
The Navy surgeon general says he has faith that sailors and marines will get the shot.
Service members are eligible for up to $5,500, which is about enough to ship two pets.
Acquisitions can go wrong when the agency downplays price, but makes an award on price anyway.
The data-driven approach will give DoD a better advantage over near-peer competitors.
For analysis, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with senior fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University Will Rinehart.
The contracts will develop the integration of the autonomous core system and continued operational experimentation through 2022.
This moving season is proving to be chaotic as people who delayed moves during the COVID-19 pandemic stampede to relocate and companies struggle with labor shortages.