DoD is trying to make its networks more conducive to Third Offset Strategy technologies with new guidance.
U.S. Cyber Command is creating a 10 person team to handle the $75 million a year it will have for acquisition.
The Defense Department hopes the next administration will create more flexible training models for reservists in order to retain those in aviation and cyber realms.
The expected nomination of retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to become secretary of defense depends on a one-time change to federal statutes that require military officers to have been retired for at least seven years before becoming the civilian leader of the Pentagon.
Reports about the job security of NSA director Adm. Mike Rogers has several members of Congress up in arms.
Despite a crazy election, members of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees found stability in the results.
The federal government’s cybersecurity policy has reached a crossroads, and the upcoming presidential transition is an opportunity to take a long, hard look in the mirror, and decide how to move forward.
A memo obtained by Federal News Radio looks at what Pentagon leaders wanted and explicitly didn't want in reforming the Defense Department.
National security expert and former congressman Mike Rogers said he wants intelligence agencies to be more aggressive in information gathering, and for everyone else to let them.
Adm. Mike Rogers, commander of U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency, told Congress that increased investments in cybersecurity are a reflection of the world we live in, responding to Representatives concerned about rising budget deficits and potential future cuts to DoD.
NSA is setting up a rapid acquisition office to help engage industry and help the industrial base.
Adm. Mike Rogers plans to create four new directorates to better integrate the agency’s two core missions, foreign signals intelligence and information assurance.
The National Security Agency has retained almost 97 percent of its employees in 2015.
The Pentagon bolsters its plea for $1 trillion in nuclear modernization funds as the weapons age and funding is limited.