The defense industrial base faces many challenges, like inflation and Ukraine, that need to be dealt with this fiscal year.
Last week's report from the Pentagon on defense industrial base competitiveness didn't sit well with services contractors.
DoD is eying changes to the sweeping cybersecurity auditing program that could affect potentially hundreds of thousands of federal contractors.
Deep in the Defense Department, a group is partnering with industry to create a window into the cyber vulnerabilities of the defense industrial base.
DoD's review of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification is ongoing, but officials want to address small business concerns about compliance costs.
Chris Golden of Horizons Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, said the CMMC approach is good in theory, but lacks anywhere near the resources it needs to get it done.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Government Accountability Office is looking for service members who were victims of hazing while they served.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Special Counsel handed down a fine and two-year ban from federal service to a former official at Housing and Urban Development.
The Department of Defense has been steadily spending more and more dollars with fewer and fewer prime contractors, which has top brass and some members of Congress worried.
The Defense Department continues to test out the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) process with pathfinders and plans to pilot the approach with 10 contracts in 2021.
The department is only naming seven upcoming procurements as candidates for the CMMC pilot program for the moment, but says more could be announced in the coming weeks.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Federal pay gap between men and woman has narrowed, but it's still there. Two congressmen want to stop government funding that pays for experiments on house cats. And Joint Chiefs' Chairman said America needs a bigger Navy.
The first pathfinders are expected to be announced in 'the next few days,' just after rules that pave the way for CMMC took effect.
In today's Federal Newscast, a group of Senate Democrats want to know how the Department of Veterans Affairs is planning to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine to veterans and employees.