Earlier this year, the Defense Department issued a new policy to streamline appeals by people trying to become eligible to access classified information that are now heard by the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals.
The federal government has a plan for disaster response but sort of fall short when it comes to execution.
In a new "future of work" concept paper, the Army's biggest R&D organization told employees it wants them to work whenever and wherever they're most productive, even once the pandemic ends.
The Pentagon has swept away Trump-era policies that largely banned transgender people from serving in the military and issued new rules that broaden their access to medical care and gender transition
In today's Federal Newscast, if you get your healthcare via the Defense Department, you can now make an appointment for a COVID vaccination online.
The Air Force’s pilot corps is 93.6% male and 87.6% white; those demographics are grossly different from the 21% of women and at least 25% of the other races that make up the active-duty force.
Teri-Lee Holland, division head for data center and cloud hosting services, performs engineering work for sailors, including cloud hosting services for payroll and HR systems.
The changes spurs from a recommendation from the review of Ft. Hood after several high-profile tragedies including the harassment and death of Spc. Vanessa Guillen.
FedHIVE CEO Michael Cardaci joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company can help agencies make a smooth transition to a new set of requirements from the DoD called the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification.
The ZTE, Huawei ban is proving challenging for vendors doing business in countries where China-built networks are almost literally the only way to connect to the rest of the world.
The Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center has launched a DoD-wide development platform meant to accelerate testing and adoption of AI tools.
The well-trained and well-equipped warfighters of the U.S. Army have an arrow in their quiver that you might or might not know about: data dominance.
The Department of Defense has been steadily spending more and more dollars with fewer and fewer prime contractors, which has top brass and some members of Congress worried.
On this episode of On DoD, Carmen Malone, the deputy assistant DoD inspector general for audit joins Jared Serbu to discuss the department's 2020 financial audit findings - and why there are glimmers of hope that DoD might eventually pass an audit.