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On Wednesday, President Barack Obama named his picks to fill two Senate-confirmed DoD positions that have been vacant for quite a while.
It seems unlikely that Congress will go along with DoD's latest request to close stateside military bases, but in the case of the Army, many of the bases lawmakers are protecting would become a lot more sparsely-populated if the Budget Control Act stays in full force.
A nascent move to give the military's joint chiefs a larger role in procurement as part of the acquisition reform is expected to start taking shape on Capitol Hill.
A look at what Frank Kendall, the undersecretary of Defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, has in store for his next Performance of the Defense Acquisition System report.
The National Defense University is looking for a new chief information officer.
Kathy Stack who spent the last 28 years at the Office of Management and Budget, was the quiet leader behind the move toward evidence-based decision making over the last few years.
A year after canceling its $2 billion training contract, the Office of Personnel Management is getting closer to finalizing what that new procurement vehicle will look like.
The General Services Administration extended the Networx contract for three years and released the draft request for proposals for the first major piece of the Network Services 2020 vehicle Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) on Feb. 28.
Knowledge Consulting Group will implement tools and services from three vendors on the Homeland Security Department's network.
In case any current security clearance holders have not gotten the message that the current administration really, really dislikes media leaks, it was made more explicit this month in a new policy document from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
The Pentagon is already working on changes to federal acquisition rules that would require stepped-up notification procedures when private companies hosting DoD data have their systems penetrated by hackers.
An update to an earlier DoD Reporter's Notebook item on the Pentagon embarking on a new review of the department's use of lowest-price technically acceptable (LPTA) contract awards.
After having gotten a partial, two-year reprieve from sequestration, the original caps Congress set for the Defense Department in the Budget Control Act (BCA) are scheduled to go back into effect in October.
The Defense Department has the perfect job for the executive with a passion for technology and human resources. DoD is looking for a new director of its enterprise HR information systems in the Office of…