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In today’s Federal Newscast, following recent shootings on military bases, the Marines is allowing its law enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms.
The 2020 NDAA bars DoD from converting military medical billets to civilian ones until more analysis is done.
The Energy Department and the Department of the Navy worked together on the largest Energy Savings Performance Contract ever for the Naval Station Guantanmo Bay in Cuba in 2019.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a Government Accountability Office report says four Marine Corps Commands either overspent or underspent at least $5 million on civilian personnel in 2019.
Renata Spinks, the Cyber Technology Officer for the Marine Corps, said the corps is trying to ensure its mobile devices balance risk with usability.
HP’s federal subsidiary won the end-user hardware portion of the follow-on to the Next Generation Enterprise Network contract. The award could be worth up to $1.4 billion.
Aaron Weis formally became the Department of the Navy’s new chief information officer this week. The leaders of four new directorates he’ll oversee have also been hired, and are expected to be in place by mid-month.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office says nine agencies violated the Anti-Deficiency Act in fiscal 2018.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) and other congressmen are pleading with Veterans Affairs Department to let them keep their offices in agency facilities.
The acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire, is withholding a whistleblower complaint alleging serious wrongdoing within the intelligence community that may involve President Donald Trump.
The first five sites, which are part of the broader NavalX project, are in California, Rhode Island, Washington state, Florida and Indiana.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Army’s issuing new maximum bonus amounts, aimed at encouraging soldiers to sign up for longer enlistments.
Congress declined to authorize a new assistant secretary of the Navy for information management, so officials are moving on to “Plan B.”