This discussion with Caroline Bean of the Defense Information Systems Agency is part of Federal News Network's DoD Cloud Exchange.
This discussion with Mansour Yusuf, the chief cloud architect at Dell Federal, and Daniel Ellis, a staff Solutions architect at VMware, is part of Federal News Network’s DoD Cloud Exchange.
The armed services are focusing on training, tempo and maintenance to reduce the number of mishaps that lead to injuries and fatalities.
Sexual assaults are still increasing in the military, despite hundreds of recommendations over the years.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new report from the American Enterprise Institute says the Pentagon has been punting its responsibilities in the past.
Military partners struggle with a 25% unemployment rate — leading to financial issues for families and to frustrated partners who are trying to thrive in their career.
The Army saw a slight increase in its percentage of personally-procured PCS moves in 2020, even as pandemic-related travel restrictions constricted the total number of soldiers moving from one duty station to another.
Both parties in the House have agreed to participate in the new earmarks process that proponents say include some safeguards to prevent abuses.
In a new campaign plan, the sea services say teaming traditional systems with unmanned ones will let them "rewrite the narrative" of maritime warfare.
The Defense Department’s criminal investigations always had the goal of evidence data, but the traditional methods of investigation are now merging new forms of data analysis. The Naval Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) sees several changes ahead as a result.
Airmen and Guardians are not permitted from being members of groups, but certain actions can jeopardize their careers.
Greg Garcia recently retired after 38 years in government where spent the last two-plus years as the deputy CIO of the Army.
The Army's senior leadership has yet to make a final decision on how to reform the service's Criminal Investigation Command, but an internal review identified a need for 300 new civilian special agents.
The upgrades will help the Army with its Project Convergence program, which mixes AI decision-making with soldier lethality.