The Army says previous campaigns have told audiences too much of what they already know about military service. The latest effort aims to “surprise” the Generation Z audience that constitutes the current recruiting pool.
David Norquist, the deputy secretary of Defense, said the nascent audit process — expensive as it is — is largely paying for itself already.
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The Navy is working on a way to standardize the way it handles data for different scenarios.
The Army’s vast vehicle fleet is getting old and worn out. So it’s starting to spend big on refurbishing and developing the next generation of combat vehicles.
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.
The Defense Innovation Unit wants to quicken the time it takes to assess satellite images of disaster zones.
Last week Norm Augustine joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss just-completed work with the National Academy of Sciences, examining the future of the interstate highway system.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a proposal in the 2020 defense authorization bill would require the Defense Department Inspector General to tell Congress if the department experimented with the idea of weaponizing disease-carrying insects.
The bill will now proceed to the Senate. The President will need to sign a bill before midnight on Nov. 21 to avoid a shutdown.
U.S. Space Command is strengthening its relationship with companies like SpaceX to stay at the vanguard of space tech.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office said there are still some issues with the training of sailors in charge of driving ships.
Although the Pentagon resolved more than 500 findings from last year’s audit, so far, auditors are identifying financial management problems faster than DoD can fix them.
The Air Force wants women to know they can get waivers if they are too short or tall to fly.
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.