The inspectors general for two intelligence agencies were each overpaid by tens of thousands of dollars between 2016 and 2020.
Some lawmakers felt political influence decided the location more than feasibility.
Congress says DoD's budget isn't big enough for price increases, however lawmakers hold the purse strings
As part of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification exercise, DoD will figure out which data under Level 2 will require self-assessments and which will require third-party assessments.
The intelligence community is drafting a new data strategy for the first time since 2017, with a big focus on training a data savvy workforce.
Hypersonic projectiles, missiles moving at five times the speed of sound, have become a high priority across the Defense Department. You've got two basic ways of getting projectiles to go that fast. One is the electromagnetic rail gun. The other is the use of hat planners call air breathing engines, and those are the topic of a new effort at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Like so many large government organizations, the Air Force is pursuing what it calls digital transformation. But what exactly is that, and what are the challenges to getting there. That question formed the basis for a series of workshops led by the National Academy of Science.
When the Defense Department buys high-dollar items under negotiated procurement rules it's supposed to negotiate but the Army awarded a major contract without talking to any of five bidders.
The Navy will look into command climate, mental health and other factors on the aircraft carrier.
A central office meant to coordinate how the Defense and Veterans Affairs Departments roll out a common Electronic Health Record does not yet have a plan to ensure the system will be interoperable between both agencies,
In the fourth installment of interviews from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, we explored two futuristic systems.
Hackers spent a year probing companies' networks for weaknesses.
When a weapon on the gun line of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division fires, you hear a thud and seconds later see a splash out in the Potomac River. It sounds and looks rough, but in fact each trigger-pull is the subject of detailed measurement and analysis.
Lactation services and doulas will now be covered under a new pilot.