Photos of the amazing, moving, important and amusing things happening in the defense community.
As the Trump administration prepares to dramatically ramp up its continuous evaluation capabilities in the coming years, industry is asking for access to some of the data collected from cleared contractors. That information, industry says, will better inform their own insider threat programs.
Defense health IT officials say they’re seeing only about one-third the number of trouble tickets as they encountered during the initial wave of MHS Genesis deployments.
Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner (D-Va.) has asked the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Office of Personnel Management to accelerate a planned initiative designed to overhaul the security clearance system.
The U.S. now has a Space Force. Assets are already moving over from the Air Force.
The 2020 NDAA bars DoD from converting military medical billets to civilian ones until more analysis is done.
Christine Altendorf, the chief of Engineering and Construction for the Army Corps of Engineers, has won a Presidential Rank Award.
Matthew Cornelius left the Office of Management and Budget after almost three years to become the executive director of the Alliance for Digital Innovation (ADI), an industry association, while USDA, OPM and the FCC gain new senior executives.
The final agreement maintains the NDAA’s decades-long reputation of must-pass legislation, but punts thorny border issues to the still-unsettled appropriations process.
Beneficiaries credit cards were hit with charges up to 100 times what they should have been.
In anticipation of several new policy directives in the coming months, the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency is planning to dramatically ramp up continuous evaluation enrollment to 3.6 million in 2020, defense officials said.
The president is expected to sign a new national security presidential memorandum that will begin a series of modernization efforts of the governmentwide suitability, credentialing and security clearance system.
Every year the National Security Agency conducts its Codebreaker Challenge. The exercise aims to encourage students interested in cybersecurity to apply their talents in service of national security.
The GSA account manager at the Defense Logistics Agency, Jay Schaeufele, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to explain what it’s all about.