The Cyberspace Solarium Commission finds more than a third of its original 82 recommendations have been met, or are on the verge of being met.
By any measure, the federal market for information technology is enormous -- close to 8% of the discretionary budget.
The Coast Guard is restricting travel of service members who are not vaccinated.
Cybersecurity will need to become a central focus for the Coast Guard and Navy as new war capabilities develop, military officials say.
Federal spending for large quantities of medical supplies sucked in many companies doing business with the government for the first time. In fact, five times as many as in a normal year.
Pentagon Spokesman John Kirby says DoD may move the timeline closer if COVID rates continue to spike.
House appropriators want DoD to deliver new information on how it plans to deliver career technical education and recruit and retain personnel into STEM fields.
The chief of neuropathology at the VA Boston Healthcare System, Dr. Ann McKee returned to Federal Drive with Tom Temin for an update.
The IBM Center for the Business of Government has sponsored a detailed analysis of OTAs and how the government is using them.
For several years, agency acquisition shops have been getting more comfortable with buying outside of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
Congress is concerned that after nearly two years the Space Force doesn't have much to show.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Navy surgeon general says he favor a vaccine mandate for military members.
One aspect of the Independent Review Committee on Sexual Assault in the Military is getting a lot of attention, but there are more than 80 recommendations in all.
Tom Temin spoke to James Balocki, the acting principal deputy assistant Secretary of the Navy for energy, installations and environment, at the Sea Air Space conference.