A summary of how some federal agencies and the armed forces are celebrated Independence Day
There are now fewer exceptions for an airman or guardian to stay in the service after an assault conviction.
Pregnant service members will need permission from commanders to take leave to get medical care.
It's become an unfunny joke. No matter what crucial intellectual property gets developed in the United States, it gets stolen by China or maybe Russia. A special team deep in the Defense Department has been working on one strategy to counteract this. It looks for investments in U.S. companies by suspicious foreigners. For his work collaborating with many other agencies, the team leader is a finalist in this year's Service to America Medals program.
The service brought together high-ranking Navy officials, enlisted sailors, think tank experts, non-governmental organizations, industry and legislative aides to participate in a tabletop exercise focused on responding to a climate event.
GAO legal opinion says the appointment of Sean O'Donnell to be acting DoD IG violated the Federal Vacancies Reform Act twice: once under President Trump, and again under President Biden.
DoD and the Air Force are currently considering 11 schools to lead the center.
The House Armed Services committee spent time last week marking up the defense authorization bill for 2023. As always, the NDAA has a lot to say about procurement and contractors. But it doesn't say anything about whether they're compensated for inflation.
The Defense Department’s Defense Contract Management Agency is staffing up to prepare for assessments under the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program in 2023 and beyond.
The Air Force Radioactive Recycling and Disposal Team handles low-level radioactive recycling and low-level mixed waste management in the Air Force and provides radioactive material recycling for the entire Defense Department.
Up to 40,000 Army National Guard soldiers haven't yet gotten the mandated COVID-19 vaccine
There are a lot of reasons behind maintenance delays in the Navy's shipyards. But one, only recently uncovered, is that most of the supplies artisans need to do their jobs aren't on hand when the work starts.
The House Armed Services Committee is largely sticking with the Biden vision for the Defense Department next year, however, the 2023 Defense authorization bill still has a long way to go before it makes its way to the president’s desk.
The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency is taking the lead on security clearance reform and expanding its new system of automated record checks.