DoD is tightening the reins on the research money it gives out to companies. The Pentagon is receiving some backlash for it.
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 needs more “innovation” in its bloodstream.
The Defense Department will release new guidance on systems security engineering, a more detailed way of explaining how and where to engineer security features into programs, in the near future.
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.
In today’s Top Federal Headlines, the White House releases this year’s Federal Agency Strategic Sustainability Plans, providing a snapshot of the progress agencies have made becoming more environmentally friendly.
DoD would focus on sustainment costs if is has a chance to release another version of Better Buying Power.
The Army, Navy, and Air Force on Monday released their supplier performance ratings shortlists for 2016 — an honor roll for contractors’ business units scored highly by the military acquisition community.
The White House listed 20 pages worth of qualms with the Senate 2017 defense authorization bill, including military health care reforms, acquisition policy changes and personnel tweaks.
George Washington University Law Professor Steve Schooner joins host Roger Waldron to discuss “Better Buying Power Principles” and their potential impact on DoD acquisition. May 31, 2016
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is revamping the Defense Innovation Unit Experiment before it even turns a year old.