The Army is just a few weeks into what’s likely to be one of the largest tactical IT upgrades in its recent history.
The U.S. Army is making plans to complete an upgrade project in two years that was estimated to take five, according to Col. Troy Crosby
Amendment set for Senate debate this week would focus DoD’s attention on fixing weaknesses in “feeder systems” that supply vital financial data.
Three lawmakers ask GAO to come up with better protections for victims of cyber attacks ,saying credit monitoring alone gives consumers a false sense of security.
The Pentagon’s new Cyber Excepted Service will extend the probationary period for new employees to three years and give hiring managers more flexibility to recruit candidates.
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) demands answers from the Navy within two weeks about what it’s done to address $21 million in waste by an unauthorized police force.
A civilian Defense Department employee’s spouse asks why buyouts aren’t being offered more readily to the 77,000 federal employees who are ready to retire.
An investigation by Naval Sea Systems Command found employees at the nation’s largest Navy shipyard spent 12 years amassing weapons, vehicles and boats, building what amounted to an unauthorized police force.
The Army’s RCO plans to deploy new electronic warfare systems in Europe, then Korea. A more reliable version of GPS is next on its list.
A new lawsuit by Vietnam Veterans of America claims the way DoD is implementing a website puts sensitive data about millions of troops and veterans at risk.