Funding shortfalls will have serious consequences in the final quarter of this fiscal year because of unexpected bills related to security at the Capitol, National Guard officials warn.
A Government Accountability Office review found the legal training commanders rely on is delivered inconsistently, and poorly tracked by military departments.
The Pentagon has a new strategy to deliver cloud services to OCONUS users, but a single, JEDI-like enterprise cloud service is conspicuously absent from discussion in the document.
The Army has expanded its temporary lodging improvement plans out to 2029.
The Air Force said it's moving into a "more operational" stage for its "internet of military things," beginning by turning its new KC-46 refueling tanker into a data distribution platform.
Moving quickly on directions from Congress, the Trump Administration dissolved what had been DoD's third highest-ranking position during its last week in office. The Biden Administration hasn't yet decided if it wants to alter those plans.
A bill that would remove sexual assault investigations from the military chain of command now has 46 Senate co-sponsors, including 10 Republicans.
DoD hopes to have two formal strategies approved soon -- one classified and one unclassified -- to codify each of the lines of effort in its Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) project.
The new customer base for AAFES, NEX and MCX outlets will include currently-serving DoD and Coast Guard civilians and retirees.
The ZTE, Huawei ban is proving challenging for vendors doing business in countries where China-built networks are almost literally the only way to connect to the rest of the world.
In a new campaign plan, the sea services say teaming traditional systems with unmanned ones will let them "rewrite the narrative" of maritime warfare.
The Defense Contract Management Agency is reexamining several of its past decisions to reimburse contractors. That's after the DoD inspector general found DCMA overruled the findings of incurred cost audits without adequate explanation.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is telling the military services to stand up new violence prevention workforces, identify "high risk" bases and assess their own compliance with existing policies meant to stop sexual assault.
In an interview with Federal News Network, the chairman of the House readiness subcommittee says installation resilience is near the top of his oversight priority list.