Navy leadership realized they will need new simulation facilities after a 2017 review of collisions that killed 17 sailors.
In today’s Federal Newscast, it appears the Navy will be dropping all charges against leadership involved in the USS Fitzgerald’s fatal collision with a merchant ship.
This is the third effort between the Navy’s Surface Warfare Center and the National Security Technology Accelerator.
The base tweeted early Friday that the shooter has since been “contained.” The condition of the victim, who was hospitalized, is unclear.
For an update, Navy Capt. Bryan Cochran and Air Force Lt. Col. Ron Greenaway joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin in studio.
Bill Evanina of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center warned that public and private sector companies shouldn’t become numb to growing supply chain attacks.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a bipartisan, bicameral group of lawmakers introduced two new bills to ensure federal employees don’t lose insurance benefits during future government shutdowns.
A recent Government Accountability Office award protest decision seemed to establish a new rule for how contract negotiations are conducted.
The White House plans on spending 5 percent more to secure federal networks and data in 2020, with more than half of the funding going toward Defense Department cybersecurity. Get this story and others in today’s Federal Newscast.
An assessment commissioned by the Secretary of the Navy returned a stinging assessment of the Navy Department’s cybersecurity posture.
The $750 billion defense budget request for 2020 asked Congress for almost $104 billion for its research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) fund.
A hair-raising report to Navy Secretary Richard Spencer was leaked, and it presents a grim picture of America’s cybersecurity threat.
The Navy’s plan to eliminate its assistant secretary for installations in favor of a new assistant secretary for IT turned out to be untenable, in light of recent revelations about substandard military housing.
The Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors, or PALS, has been going for a year and Larry Tender with the Naval Research Laboratory joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for an update.