In today's Federal Newscast, the Air Force now has its own cooking show.
The Air Force left out critical best practices in selecting the new headquarters.
The American Federation of Government Employees thinks it could lead to wholesale reductions in the civilian ranks.
More than 25% of federal contracting dollars end up in one of six markets, according to analysis by Bloomberg Government.
Sharon Woods, the director of the Host and Compute Center at DISA, said the agency surged people and resources to ensure all the workloads in milCloud 2.0 transitioned to a new environment.
The Defense Business Board found DoD's approach to civilian talent is a collection of siloes. The department faces serious risks if it doesn't take talent management more seriously on an enterprise-wide basis.
The Navy recently held a hackathon to bring in ideas on how to make cybersecurity run like multiplayer games.
A lot of vendors think the CMMC requirements are pretty onerous. Congress asked DoD to prove the Pentagon is meeting the same cybersecurity standards it's demanding from contractors.
The Defense Department will bear some of the cost of increased goods and services.
The nation’s national security may be taking a hit because of the length of time it takes to fill lesser-known, Senate-confirmed positions in the Defense Department, FEMA, Department of Homeland Security and other areas protecting U.S. citizens.
The lawmakers also want to know if DoD needs any legal authorities to better oversight.
The Postal Service is the public face for the government's efforts to supply Americans with at-home COVID tests. But behind the scenes, the Defense Department is doing a lot of the heavy lifting.
The targets are part of the service’s new climate change strategy, which the Navy released on Tuesday.
Raj Iyer, the Army’s chief information officer, said 20,000 soldiers and civilians will be among the first to use the new bring-your-own-device technology.