A recording of a panel I hosted last week at the Space Force IT Day hosted by AFCEA NOVA.
The Air Force and the business school at the University of Maryland have teamed up. Their program helps Air Force and Space Force officers get their MBAs, specializing in technology management.
If SPACECOM wants to get ahead of traditional DoD timelines, it will need help from commercial partners.
In today's Federal Newscast: Take me to your leader; the Space Force has a new one. A union for federal employees suggests some agencies might be sort of suppressing the vote. And DoD's Zero Trust strategy will soon go public.
The Air Force barely met its 2022 recruiting goal for the active duty force, and had to use unusual measures to pull it off. The reserve components face bigger challenges.
The Defense Department was not the only agency shifting control of its satellites this month.
The new director of the lab's Naval Center for Space Technology, Steven Meier, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin in studio to talk more.
Everybody’s heard the term “space junk.” You’re probably aware there’s a bunch of it and that it’s a risk to satellites. The Space Force tracks tens of thousands of pieces of debris every day, but that’s only the big stuff. There are an estimated 100 million pieces of smaller bits — ten centimeters or less — that we can’t see from Earth with current technology.
National Guard space units say they are misaligned when relying on the Air Force.
GAO doesn't opine on whether Huntsville was the right or wrong decision. But the office says the Air Force made some fundamental missteps
The Space Force organization is trying to avoid reinventing the wheel by buying technologies already developed by business.
The Air Force left out critical best practices in selecting the new headquarters.
Senators seek to establish National Guard for space missions, correcting what they see as a "mistake" in Space Force's initial establishment.
Some lawmakers felt political influence decided the location more than feasibility.