The Army is putting the final touches on a new plan that aims to unify its battlefield and enterprise IT networks into a single cohesive architecture.
The services wants more responsibilities for its Space Systems Command.
Coast Guard members are working to make the upcoming Bring Your Child to Work Day something special, even if it will be mostly online.
The grouping of defense agencies are looking inward to make up for the budget gap.
For the Air Force’s enterprise IT and cyber infrastructure division, connecting airmen and guardians with the data they need along the entire transactional path, to do their mission, is the focus.
Contractors supporting both the troops and a number of services in Afghanistan are trying to get answers about what's ahead now that they will soon return to the U.S.
All agencies must enroll their national security populations in an initial set of continuous vetting capabilities by the end of fiscal 2021, defense and intelligence officials have said.
COVID-19 highlighted weaknesses in the federal emergency response chain of command and medical supply lines. But the agency's acting chief told senators FEMA has a better understanding of what needs to be done going forward.
The new customer base for AAFES, NEX and MCX outlets will include currently-serving DoD and Coast Guard civilians and retirees.
The Military Coalition, a group representing millions of service members and their families has appealed right to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
The World War I Centennial Commission is raising the American flag over the newly constructed National World War I Memorial site in D.C
At a time when the military is investigating a high number of sexual assault and reprisal cases, Congress is wondering if IGs are doing everything they can.
The Marines obsess over something simple like a PT uniform while VA sweats bullets over its electronic health record.
Although vulnerabilities stemming from both companies software were present on hundreds of DoD systems, officials say there's no evidence that cyber adversaries actually exploited them.