With the expectation of flat budgets over the next several years, each of the military services believes they’ll need to divest themselves of at least some programs to fund their modernization plans. That’s challenging, however, when old systems have Congressional constituencies and new ones don’t.
The 2020 National Defense Authorization did a lot of things, including righting what guardsman and reservists thought was a wrong. That had to do with credit toward their early retirement pay.
The Navy awarded Leidos an eight-year deal worth up to $7.7 billion to take over the new phase of the Navy’s Next General Enterprise Network.
Robin Colaninno, an astrophysicist at the Naval Research Laboratory, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin. to explain what this project is all about.
In today’s Federal Newscast, after a delay, the White House publishes a memo allowing the defense secretary to to exclude civilian employees from current collective bargaining law.
The intelligence community and the Defense Logistics Agency have their eyes set on emerging technology this year, but they’re focused first on improving some of the basics.
The Defense Information Systems Agency sent out letters to people impacted by a data breach that exposed personal information like social security numbers.
The Army revamped the way it recruits soldiers and it so far its working.
In what was lightning speed in Pentagon terms, the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification is out. For an update, we spoke with law firm RJO partner Bob Metzger.
The Navy is officially going through its own Night Court process.
President Trump has ousted the Pentagon’s top policy official who certified last year that Ukraine had made enough anti-corruption progress to justify the Trump administration’s release of congressionally authorized aid to Kyiv in its conflict against Russian-backed separatists.
Data analysts at Govini looked at five years of Defense Department spending. CEO Tara Murphy Dougherty joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to share.
DoD’s plan to restructure military treatment facilities would affect 50 hospitals and clinics, primarily by restricting their services to active duty service members only.
The Pentagon has reneged on its agreement to reopen a vast records database that helps service members who are appealing a less-than-honorable discharge, a veterans group said Tuesday.