Following instructions from the Office of Management and Budget, federal agencies on Wednesday began to impose new mask requirements for federal employees, contractors and visitors inside government buildings, regardless of their vaccination status.
The Army and Marine Corps have sustained thousands of non-combat vehicle accidents. A review by the Government Accountability Office found the services don't always employ preventive practices. GAO's Cary Russell explains.
The House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee is concerned that DoD still wants to get rid of 18,000 medical positions.
Shelby Oakley, a director in the Government Accountability Office's Contracting and National Security Acquisitions team, joins host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf for a wide ranging discussion of her agency's reports on key procurement programs in the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.
In today's Federal Newscast, agencies spent billions on urgent COVID-related contracts, but they neglected to report some important award information.
Deep in the Defense Department, a group is partnering with industry to create a window into the cyber vulnerabilities of the defense industrial base.
Between the defense authorization bill, work on a potential infrastructure package and annual spending legislation, members of Congress are hoping to get at least a few big things finished.
Michael Acton, vice president of Solutions at ARRAY Information Technology, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the challenges of managing data for the Department of Defense.
DoD's Transition Assistance Program aims to prepare service members for life outside the military. But for members whose final duty station is small or rural, the benefits of TAP are fairly limited.
Operators of networked 3D printers aren't always securing the machines or the files that drive them, according to the DoD Office of Inspector General.
The Navy and Air Force want to shed existing weapons systems to free up funds for great power competition. Many of those systems really are old, but not all.
The additional money funds a variety of accounts, mostly ones that increase the capacity of the military by spending billions of dollars to procure more aircraft like the F-35 and build and restore ships for the Navy.
With the housing market reaching explosive levels and soldiers moving to new orders now that COVID restrictions are lifted, some troops are having trouble finding adequate housing in their new locations.
As 5G is starting to roll out, telehealth may be breaking into a completely new plane. At Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) the Air Force is testing capabilities that could be the future of medicine.