Mark Esper gives Federal News Network a "state of the Army."
The Navy, Marines and Coast Guard are looking for new ways to apply technology to their training curricula, but only where it makes sense to do so.
An audit of a sample of DoD's contracts with Transdigm found half the company's earnings were "excess" profit, but the inspector general said the findings highlight a need for broad policy changes.
The Navy is adopting DISA's Purebred program for its tens of thousands of government-issued mobile devices. It's part of a broader rethinking of identity management across the service.
The Federation of American Scientists obtained a copy of a list of 18 science fiction inspired research projects that DIA funded under its Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program.
In an interview, one of the Pentagon's top auditors says most of the weaknesses uncovered by its first financial audit weren't a surprise. But there's reason for optimism.
A "disclaimer of opinion" was a foregone conclusion for Pentagon's first financial audit before it even started. Now the focus turns to what the Defense Department will do with the findings.
In legal filings, the Pentagon said it wants to move up to 80 percent of its applications to JEDI.
Joint Task Force Civil Support is one of the smallest organizations in the military's force structure, which may be its most important attribute.
The Defense Department is using a functional community approach to reexamine, retrain its HR workforce.
To advance the state-of-the art in using artificial intelligence for electronic warfare, the Army's Rapid Capabilities Office turns to a nontraditional "challenge" process.
At a National Guard facility in southeastern Indiana, the Army is training cyber soldiers in ways that show them how their keystrokes impact the real world.
The new Army Futures Command is up and running in Austin. But realigning the service's modernization bureaucracy to operate in concert will take at least another year.
On this week’s On DoD, Federal News Radio Defense Reporter Scott Maucione goes a bit deeper into Federal News Radio’s series, Danger at High Speed: OTAs in Action.