The Air Force's top acquisition official said reforms that were initiated long before a pandemic was on the horizon went a long way toward dealing with the current emergency.
The number of open recommendations that are at least five years old grew from 80 in 2019 to 170 this year.
DoD's chief management officer has found $11 billion in cost reductions this year, but the office's continued existence is in doubt.
Although the Defense contracting community has never dealt with a situation quite like the current pandemic, the Pentagon's IG says there are enough lessons from past emergencies to help minimize waste, fraud and abuse.
Twenty years after the inception of NMCI, the Navy's networks still aren't unified and have a very hard time dealing with cloud services. The COVID-19 pandemic has served as something of a wake-up call to help fix that.
The DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program is using several of its supercomputers to help with various aspects of the government's COVID-19 response.
DoD's latest request for prototypes looks for technologies that can share critical mid-band spectrum between 5G networks and existing military radar systems.
The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences conferred degrees to more than 180 new medical professionals about six weeks early on Wednesday.
The Navy sees the new process, called RAISED, as a "critical enabler" for its ambitions to deploy newly-built software to ships in under 24 hours.
Some of the firms have shown they can eliminate threats from small drones by capturing them in nets, jamming their radio control signals, or simply ramming them with another small device.
Although unresolved audit recommendations are growing, they're mainly the result of deeper examinations, according to DoD's inspector general.
The Army is starting a three-phase reform effort to tackle challenges in the Risk Management Framework, but says it's seen some major successes already.
The Army plans a critical design review process next April, after which it will begin buying significant quantities of gear to build its integrated tactical network.
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.