The Special Access Program Corporate Portfolio Program, begun as a pilot in 2016, became permanent last month.
Data is increasingly the backbone of decision making, which is why the Defense Department is putting so much effort into ensuring a secure, unhindered flow of data between warfighters and leadership with programs like Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).
The new service will set up an intelligence center within a year, that will develop from the two core space squadrons.
The National Defense Authorization Act for 2021 is, like NDAAs tend to be, a vehicle burdened with semi-related policy provisions.
Two years after the Navy decentralized its cloud acquisitions, it's bringing all of them back under one program executive office's umbrella.
For what they plan to do, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to the vice president and general manager of the Consortium Sal D'Itri.
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar is planning on expanding its 5G coverage in the first four months of 2021.
The Navy is celebrating the 78th anniversary of Naval Air Force Atlantic. 78 happens to be the hull number of the Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the U.S.S. Gerald R. Ford.
The Pentagon needs to focus on software, culture and placing bets on nontraditional companies, experts say.
In an extraordinary New Year’s Day session, the Republican-controlled Senate easily turned aside the veto, dismissing Trump’s objections to the $740 billion bill and handing him a stinging rebuke just weeks before his term ends.
Joe Biden nominated of Kathleen Hicks as the deputy secretary of Defense and Colin Kahl as under secretary of Defense for Policy.
DoD will spend $23 billion on housing allowances in 2021, for an average increase of just under 3%. But the increases — or decreases — vary dramatically by locale. Here's the full list of which areas will see the biggest BAH changes.
The Navy crushed its retention goals for 2020, most likely because of COVID-19.
Discussing federal compliance with mandated standards isn’t a thrilling prospect for most businesses. But since the Defense Department relies on over 300,000 companies and subcontractors to maintain operations, it’s of massive import.