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In the first of multiple waves yet to be implemented under a new reform plan, the Navy has saved or avoided more than $400 million in costs by taking a more holistic, data-centric view of its supply chain.
This edition of On DoD features a long discussion on the subject of Defense reform. Our guest is retired Maj. Gen. Arnold Punaro, who's just written a new book: The Ever Shrinking Fighting Force.
On this edition of On DoD, Jared Serbu speaks with Maj. Gen. (ret.) Arnold Punaro, who’s just released a new book, The Ever-Shrinking Fighting Force. Punaro, a former staff director of the Senate Armed Services…
Earlier this month, the Pentagon pulled the plug on the Commercial Virtual Remote platform it set up to support telework during the pandemic. But CVR paved the road for enterprise IT across the department.
A careful examination of DoD's use of consortiums for other transaction agreements found the Pentagon doesn't have a clear picture of its billions in OTA spending, who the recipients are, and what it's getting for those investments.
In a new "future of work" concept paper, the Army's biggest R&D organization told employees it wants them to work whenever and wherever they're most productive, even once the pandemic ends.
On this episode of On DoD, Carmen Malone, the deputy assistant DoD inspector general for audit joins Jared Serbu to discuss the department's 2020 financial audit findings - and why there are glimmers of hope that DoD might eventually pass an audit.
In this edition of On DoD, the Defense Acquisition University's Mike Coolican joins Jared Serbu to explain the fundamentals of DoD's new Adaptive Acquisition Framework.
Under a new agreement with LendLease, a large military housing operator, $1.1 billion in debt-financed housing improvements are expected to start as soon as May across six large Army bases.
Two years after the Navy decentralized its cloud acquisitions, it's bringing all of them back under one program executive office's umbrella.
The Navy is using the commercially-developed concept of reliability control boards, plus data analytics and artificial intelligence to help determine the root causes of its aviation readiness challenges.
The Defense Department simply doesn't know how many people are in its software workforce, let alone how they're trained, promoted or recruited.
The Navy was a relative latecomer to other transaction agreements, but the service's usage of OTAs in the IT space has surged, and the service is moving prototypes to real-world capabilities.
DoD's new Space Development Agency solicited and awarded a major, multimillion dollar systems integration contract via the traditional FAR-based procurement system in just over three months. Its deputy director says that kind of speed will be the norm for the new agency.