The military services have hired hundreds of new staff to ensure troops and their families have decent living conditions, but DoD says sustaining the improvements they've made will cost an extra $120 million per year.
The National Security Commission on AI, in the draft version of its final report to lawmakers, recommends doubling federal R&D spending for AI each year, until it reaches $32 billion in fiscal 2026.
The Defense Department cannot force service members to take the vaccine because it is under emergency-use authorization.
In today's Federal Newscast, coronavirus has returned to the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt, the same carrier that saw a massive COVID-19 outbreak last year.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest from the Executive Director of the National Veterans Legal Services Program, Bart Stichman.
The defense architecture will track missiles, provide ground support and improve surveillance.
DoD’s Joint AI Center is entering into its second phase where it will be more of a service provider than an organization that runs pilot programs.
Tests on VA's new system showed more than 500 serious problems as recently as last summer. The department managed to resolve or work around almost all of them by the time of its first deployment in October.
The Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency are on the leading edge to do more than test the concepts of zero trust.
In today's Federal Newscast, the idea of requiring women to register for the draft now has the support of a handful of both male and female retired generals and flag officers.
Legislative actions over the last few years have failed to ensure spouses of relocated service members can find good employment. The National Military Spouse Network has some fresh recommendations to help.
Meanwhile, the national average for vaccine efficiency sits at 68% and skepticism remains high among military spouses.
Under a new agreement with LendLease, a large military housing operator, $1.1 billion in debt-financed housing improvements are expected to start as soon as May across six large Army bases.
As it celebrates 75 years in business, the Air Force Association deals with a service facing a lot of challenges. With an update, the chair of the board, Gerald Murray.