A new report from the Defense Intelligence Agency outlines some of the biggest space threats from the last two years.
The Air Force suggests reaching out to military health clinics and on-base legal advisors.
Omnibus bill adds more than $1 billion in facility upkeep funding, an area DoD has knowingly neglected in its budgets for at least a decade.
The latest intel authorization bill carries implications for security clearance reform, commercial geospatial-intelligence imagery efforts and what kind of work intelligence analysts can consider after leaving the U.S. government.
U.S. Space Command is dealing with billionaires, rules of engagement and staffing up its offices.
If the U.S. military's modernizing efforts don't go faster than its aging process, the country's got a problem.
The Space Development Agency awarded OTAs to three firms, each of whom will need to launch interoperable satellites that conform to DoD's National Defense Space Architecture.
The agency's new "commercial supplier matrix" is intended to help intelligence analysts and other users sort through a growing mountain of space imagery.
The mixture of COVID and the addition of a new branch of the military are making this year’s CR particularly challenging for the military service personnel chiefs.
Former leader of DoD's CMMC program alleges her security clearance suspension and later elimination of her position were "politically influenced."
Most people think of Santa Claus when they think of NORAD. But the North American Aerospace Defense Command has a crucial mission that is ever evolving with new threats.
In today's Federal Newscast, a Postal Service banking pilot isn’t drawing many customers.
The service is still pulling and sharing data manually in many cases. The Air Force's chief information officer wants to change that.
Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall said Thursday that the service just added its seventh imperative this week: Defining the B-21 long range strike family of systems.