No, people who are about to leave government should not be "canceled."
For the highlights, the museum's Chief of Exhibits Paul Morando, and Sgt. James Akinola, visiting soldier and the Army's soldier of the year, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Army is using machine learning to build a retention prediction model, which determines the likelihood of personnel staying in the service.
The combatant command is trying to bring in more data to make a workable grid for the new command and control platform.
Montemarano, who was a consistent presence in DISA's leadership ranks as several uniformed agency directors came and went, will hang up his own hat in a retirement ceremony next month.
The new president will likely make serious changes to the Pentagon as soon as day one.
Being prepared for the next conflict is a guessing game for the military. They make preparations but those are rarely ever enough. What really counts is their ability to adapt.
Newly-released legal document shed light on the numerous reasons GAO sided against U.S. Transportation command in its contract to overhaul the military moving system.
The $9.4 billion agreement with General Dynamics Electric Boat begins production work on the new Columbia class submarine, but still threatens other Navy acquisition priorities if cost aren't held in check.
Mike Sydla, the division director for Information Management Resources at Naval Sea Systems Command’s Industrial Operations, said the coronavirus pandemic helped accelerate some parts of the IT modernization journey.
DoD's new Space Development Agency solicited and awarded a major, multimillion dollar systems integration contract via the traditional FAR-based procurement system in just over three months. Its deputy director says that kind of speed will be the norm for the new agency.
Contractors should get ready for a busy holiday season with final solicitations expected to come from DISA, NIH and DHS for mega-contracts.
The Army is trying to breathe a little inventiveness into how to handles land use and ranges, so it crafted the Dragon Innovation Challenge. Think Shark Tank, plus camouflage and minus Mark Cuban.
GSA announced it again picked the team led by CSRA LLC, now known as General Dynamics-IT, for the 10-year, $4.4 billion blanket purchase agreement called DEOS.