Lawyers for Microsoft and the government are asking a federal court to dismiss key portions of Amazon’s lawsuit over the Defense Department’s JEDI Cloud contract, in a nutshell, because the claims in question were raised too late to be legally viable.
The House-Senate compromise on this year's NDAA eliminates the DoD chief management officer without offering an explanation, and punting to a future secretary of Defense on business reform issues.
The newly-reported improper payments come a year after a similar testing overhaul flagged billions of dollars in potentially unsupportable payments in DoD's military pay accounts.
A year-long study by the Defense Health Board suggests the Pentagon is not providing proper medical care to women, wasting money and hurting retention and readiness.
The Army is trying to breathe a little inventiveness into how to handles land use and ranges, so it crafted the Dragon Innovation Challenge. Think Shark Tank, plus camouflage and minus Mark Cuban.
The Army Research Office is working on augmented reality goggles, radio communications for dogs who are already trained to sniff out explosives and landmines.
According to the study, under normal conditions on a commercial jetliner, it would take several consecutive days onboard an aircraft for one COVID-infected passenger to infect another.
The Defense Department is putting $600 million into 5G in five new military installations.
DoD CIO Dana Deasy says officials have been finding temporary homes for cloud applications that were counting on the long-delayed JEDI program. Other preparatory that's not technically part of the contract has been proceeding apace too.
The executive order President Donald Trump signed last week to ban certain types of diversity training carries enormous potential penalties for federal contractors. But at least for the time being, the vendor community appears to be holding its breath while it figures out exactly what the EO means.
The White House says a new agency-level appeals process for clearance denials could expose classified information, increase processing time.
Only a little more than a third of the R&D expenses the Pentagon reimburses contractors for each year match up with the department's own modernization priorities, the Government Accountability Office says.
Air Force Materiel Command is looking at all of its position descriptions, written before COVID-19, to determine if they're more conducive to telework than originally thought.
DISA officials say the workscape will never look the same again now that DoD has seen what telework can do.