The office of the undersecretary for personnel and readiness has five Senate-confirmable positions and up until now, Robert Wilkie’s seat was the only one the Trump administration had managed to fill.
Among more than 1,000 questions about DoD’s upcoming JEDI contract, dozens of vendors questioned its single-award approach. But the Pentagon isn’t changing its strategy.
In the absence of congressional permission for base closures, the Defense Department has decided to invest heavily in demolishing structures on existing bases that are no longer worth saving.
U.S. Maritime Administration says it’s 1,800 civilian sailors short of what it needs to achieve its national security mission.
Army acquisition chief says government-industry relationships over intellectual property have become too “sloppy.”
The 2018 omnibus bill delivers 56 percent plus-up in DoD facility maintenance spending, but it’s not nearly enough to reverse years of underfunding.
The Defense Department is working to wrangle artificial intelligence projects across 40 different DoD organizations into a coherent S&T investment strategy.
DoD says the transition to new contractors, conducted while it was also restructuring its health plan’s benefits, proved more complicated than expected.
The Pentagon slashes the potential value of REAN Cloud’s OTA from $950 million to $65 million, says only U.S. Transportation Command can use it.
A few months into the Army’s pilot program to directly commission cyber officers, Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone says entry-level pay isn’t cutting it.
The Marine Corps formally establish Cyberspace Occupational Field, including seven specific military cyber specialties.
DoD releases eight questions and answers on highly-anticipated cloud project, most of which amount to “stay tuned.”
The Navy wants to use its multibillion dollar NGEN recompetition to reenginner its networks for more cloud-like services.
IG review finds DoD has closed previously-identified gaps in quality of medical care.