Though 2023 had its fair share of challenges for the Air Force leadership, 2024 is shaping up to be eventful.
U.S. Indo-Pacific Command says it's starting with a clean sheet of paper on the topic of network defense, building a mission partner network that incorporates zero trust from the beginning.
Independent military attorneys will now be handling sexual assault and other serious crimes, removing the influence of unit commanders from the process.
This year Federal News Network heard from top defense tech officials about their priorities, developments and plans as the DoD is moving forward with its modernization efforts in line with the National Defense Strategy.
The commander of Army Futures Command wants to move toward acquisition strategies that can field new capabilities in under two years -- but he says he's mindful of the integration problems that can accompany rapid acquisition.
The much-anticipated rule lays out DoD's plan for the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification requirements.
As a former U.S. Air Force pilot and current leader of more than 500 advisers, I understand the financial challenges military members face. Military families are immersed in a culture of service, sacrifice and frequent relocation that often puts their financial security on the back-burner.
A new capability from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) aims to give warfighters what it calls situational awareness of the electromagnetic spectrum. The spectrum itself has become a battle-space, so it is important to know what's going on there.
The National Defense Authorization Act requires the Defense Department to deploy commercial 5G networks to military installations and other DoD facilities.
In today's Federal Newscast: Some federal correctional officers are set to lose pay bonuses in 10 days. The White House forms a task force to fight fraud against veterans. And on its fourth anniversary, SPACECOM's commander says it has reached full operational capability.
The Air Force senior leaders have wrapped up the third cyber direct commissioning board. They received 100 applications for ten open spots.
The Air Force is moving away from making investment decisions based on Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoints. A new tool will now allow senior leaders to understand the impacts of a single financial decision on an entire ecosystem.
The IG substantiated several allegations of misconduct by former DCSA Director William Lietzau, including sexual harassment and misusing his position to provide personal favors.
Airmen and guardians can now experiment with commercial generative AI and a new policy lays out how they can do it safely.