Senators pointed to heightening sexual assault reports, military housing issues and COVID-19 vaccination requirements as common deterrents for potential military recruits.
The Department of Navy’s CIO’s office spent a year writing the Capstone Design Concept for Information Superiority to make architecture easier to understand and use.
A U.S. Navy nuclear engineer and his wife have entered new guilty pleas in a case in West Virginia involving the sale of secrets about nuclear submarines
In today's Federal Newscast: The U.S. Navy moves ships and aircraft out of the path of Hurricane Ian. New ideas emerge to make oversight of federal IT more impactful. And auditors find gaps in the cybersecurity practices across the nation’s nuclear labs and production sites.
Officials say a fugitive Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed “Fat Leonard” at the center of a Navy bribery scandal was trying to head to Russia before Venezuelan authorities captured him.
The newly elevated command is working with service leaders to bolster risk mitigation.
The Defense Department was not the only agency shifting control of its satellites this month.
The new director of the lab's Naval Center for Space Technology, Steven Meier, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin in studio to talk more.
Also in today's Federal Newscast, murdered Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen's family files a $35 million lawsuit, and GSA is offering some new help to agencies to improve cybersecurity.
Innovation challenges are becoming a popular way for the military to bring in new ideas.
The military has a recruiting problem. That fact has been on display in the past couple months as all of the military services bolster enlistment bonuses and reevaluate their end strength goals for 2022 and 2022.
Experts estimated around 20,000 people are assaulted in the military each year. The Army, Navy and Air Force are implementing new policies aimed at reducing assaults.
In Federal Drive host Tom Temin's final interview of this week's series on naval oceanography, he talks with the Mine Warfare Center's commanding officer, Commander Matthew Watts.
Commander Angela Francis is commanding officer of the Joint Typhoon Warning Center. She joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to tell us more about her job.