In today's Federal Newscast, as sexual assault continues to be a bigger issue in the military, a new study finds it is affecting retention.
DoD's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center has spent the last two years looking for ways to marry AI innovations with military systems. Now it's introducing new ways to buy and integrate those technologies.
The first-ever chairman of the Cyber, Innovative Technologies and Information Systems Subcommittee, Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.), said the panel will pursue an aggressive agenda.
House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee Chairwoman Jackie Speier is focusing on issues close to service members and families.
In today's Federal Newscast, A new Pentagon inspector general’s report helps explain how two Navy vessels suffered major coronavirus outbreaks last year.
Chris Golden, a former member of CMMC accreditation body and the director of information security for Blue Cross, Blue Shield, said getting the first set of companies through the certification process will be a sign of progress.
One former member of the boards in question says they've long been too heavily dominated by members who are unlikely to provide innovative advice to the department.
Raj Iyer, the Army's new chief information officer, is proposing a new IT governance structure that would be chaired by the Army CIO's office. The current decisionmaking process is too diffuse, he argues.
The new memo shows the Biden administration is looking for a wide array ideas from agencies to better recruit, retain and support a diverse national security workforce. Notably, the administration wants agencies to explore more flexible remote work options for classified workers and review existing hiring authorities.
Increasingly, simulation developers are finding that software for ground combat simulation is a totally different challenge. With what's ahead in military simulation, the CEO of Bohemia Interactive Simulations, Arthur Alexion.
The suggestions come from Task Force One Navy, an entity created in the wake of George Floyd’s death last year and the Black Lives Matter protests that followed.
Federal contractors are still unpacking everything stuffed into the 2021 National Defense Authorization bill. For one assessment, Tom Temin spoke to attorney Kelly Kroll.
In today's Federal Newscast, one member of Congress wants the Defense Department to start looking at social media posts as part of the security clearance process.
After a fair amount of drama over Defense advisory boards in the past few months, the Pentagon is starting completely fresh by relieving hundreds of board members.