DoD comptrollers and officials waiting for confirmation have paid lip-service to the audit for years, but the actual audit still has yet to take place.
A provision in the annual defense bill mandates a new Pentagon analysis of current personnel policies and whether they're harming officer retention.
The Senate Armed Services chairman says he'll withhold acquisition approvals from DoD programs unless the department completes its first financial audit.
In today's Federal Newscast, an audit by NASA's Office of Inspector General says the agency's Office of the Chief Information Officer may be unable to manage it's IT assets.
The Senate Armed Services Committee is considering a subpoena for White House cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce.
The Defense Department is making some changes to meet its readiness challenges, but it needs more support from Congress and civilian government.
After two delays, DoD says it should be able to deliver the long awaited cyber deterrence policy by Sept. 30.
The Navy is looking at more than just its ships after deadly collisions this summer.
An interim policy released by the Defense Department keeps transgender troops in the military until a review is finished in February. Then it's up in the air.
House Armed Services Ranking Member Adam Smith doesn't see a way Congress can appropriate $700 billion to the military.
The Defense Department is trying a new tactic on its plea for base realignment and closure.
President Trump tweets out a new policy just weeks after Defense Secretary Mattis ordered a six month review.
As its time grows shorter, Congress' agenda seems to grow longer. Yet members appear ready to head off to their August recess soon, and the long-term absence of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) because of his cancer diagnosis changes the calculus. Roll Call Senior Editor David Hawkings offers his take on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The top two members of the Senate Armed Services Committee are floating a proposal that would finally allow another round of military base closures several years from now. Here's how it would work.