Carrie Cordero at the Center for a New American Security argues that Congressional oversight of federal cybersecurity is too much of a patchwork and ought to be consolidated.
Tinkering by Congress has rendered Defense procurement into a sort of laboratory — and each of the armed services is running its own experiments.
The House wants to get rid of the Strategic Capabilities Office, the Senate says not so fast.
Paul Scharre is a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, which dug into the findings.
The next wave in national security superiority will come from something that’s been talked about for decades but is only now coming into its own —artificial intelligence.
More than 30 think tank experts are calling for military base closures. The Defense Department says it is operating with a 22 percent excess of infrastructure.
By most measures, the 44 year experiment in an all-volunteer military force has been a success. But like stocks, past performance doesn’t guarantee the future. In fact, the all-volunteer force is showing serious strains.
Katherine Kidder, a fellow at the Center for a New American Security, and Amy Schafer a research associate for the military, veterans and society program there, tell Federal Drive with Tom Temin the all-volunteer military force is showing serious strains. They discuss what’s causing them and offer some solutions going forward.
A new report from the Center for a New American Security finds females make up an increasing percentage of the national security workforce, but less so in leadership positions.
DoD and Congress have been working on trimming the civilian workforce for years. Will the new OMB memo do anything different?