Lawmakers hope the IC's own innovation unit will help intel agencies better adopt emerging technologies.
More than a million military service members participate in the so-called blended retirement system. It lets them make TSP-style savings contributions that are portable. The funds go with them when they leave the military. But there is more to financial readiness, something to think about in a high-spending season.
Multiple sources tell Federal News Network the Office of Management and Budget told agencies to target specific job classifications like cyber or data scientists or certain grade levels for increased salaries.
The Defense Department is having trouble connecting with Gen Zers who are now in their prime military recruitment age as enlistment shortfalls persist
DoD CIO John Sherman said the department is "firmly committed to multi-cloud, multi-vendor" solutions as it prepares to consider what comes after JWCC.
It looks like Congress has managed to get the National Defense Authorization law done before December 31. As always, the bill is chock full of items federal contractors should pay attention to.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Small Business Administration is redefining small. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is rolling out a new cybersecurity tool for agencies. And DARPA makes plans to build a booming economy on the moon.
U.S. Transportation Command says it won’t know how soon the department will be able to finally transition to its long-delayed household goods moving contract until a new round of IT integration tests is finished.
In today's Federal Newscast: DoD's Electronic Health Record problems are still a big factor in military recruiting challenges. GAO says the Department of Veterans Affairs is failing to detect drug felons during the hiring process. And the Senate has confirmed the new director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.
David Drabkin, a fellow at the Stevens Institute of Technology Acquisition Innovation Research Center, and Chris Yukins, a professor at the George Washington University law school and a fellow with Acquisition Innovation Research Center, led a review of DoD’s protest data, specifically focused on agency-level complaints.
The MITRE Corporation is celebrating the opening of what it says will help numerous federal agencies do a better job of studying national security, climate and environmental issues. The new BlueTech Lab in Bedford, Massachusetts opened its doors to federal agency sponsors last month. It includes a 620,000-gallon tank for testing unmanned surface and undersea systems – the biggest in the region.
The National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office coordinates maritime awareness intelligence from a plethora of stakeholders, both domestic and international, and employs cloud services and automation tools to make sense of it all.
The Department of the Air Force needs to work on several areas to meet its modernization and transformation goals, including improving data quality and accessibility, complying with set DoD standards, retiring legacy systems and thinking about how it can improve to meet its future needs.
The Navy’s submarine talent pipeline program will help address workforce shortages by working with industry at a time of increased demand for submarines with the United States’ partnership with Australia and the United Kingdom.