DoD wants to cut contracting time by 50 percent as part of AT&L split

As the Defense Department plans to split its acquisition office, it’s planning on using existing authorities to take a bite out of contracting time.

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With most senior positions still vacant, Pentagon must tell Congress how it plans to restructure itself

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The legacy of Better Buying Power: DoD’s gambit to reform acquisition ‘from within’

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In final speech, DoD acquisition chief knocks congressional reforms as unhelpful

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Ash Carter

Carter creates new DoD post: Chief Innovation Officer

With only a few months left before his tenure as Defense secretary expires, Ashton Carter took one more step to drive home his point that the Pentagon…

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Robert Gold, DoD’s director of engineering enterprise

DoD wants to build cybersecurity into programs with new policy

The Defense Department will release new guidance on systems security engineering, a more detailed way of explaining how and where to engineer security…

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As talent pool wanes, intel community looks to contractors

Intelligence agencies are hiring contractors where government workers were once the norm. This employee deficit is a sign of a larger trend that government and the Defense Department are unable to attract top talent to their agencies over private industry.

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