Lawyers for Microsoft and the government are asking a federal court to dismiss key portions of Amazon’s lawsuit over the Defense Department’s JEDI Cloud contract, in a nutshell, because the claims in question were raised too late to be legally viable.
The Pentagon has endorsed a new slate of initiatives to expand diversity within the ranks and reduce prejudice, including in recruiting, retention and professional development across the force
In today's Federal Newscast: The FCC rules that government contractors must have consent before robocalling. The president is strengthening the leadership at the Postal Service. And the the original Space Force enlistees, finish Basic Training.
The Army says it has fired or suspended 14 officers and enlisted soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, and ordered policy changes to address chronic failures of leadership that contributed to a widespread pattern of violence, including murder, sexual assault and harassment
Billions have been spent to overhaul the Army's aging weapons plants, but officials say the system needs a fundamental rethinking to make it agile enough to keep up with military requirements.
The Army is finding new ways to partner with the communities around its bases. Thanks to a 2015 law that lets the military services sign service agreements with local governments without the pain of traditional federal contracts, it's reached dozens of Intergovernmental Support Agreements for everything from snow removal to animal control.
This week’s update from the Pentagon shows just over half of the military’s worldwide installations are now in the “green” category – meaning servicemembers can move to and from those bases without special permission.
In today's Federal Newscast, a group of Democratic senators want to remove the National Rifle Association Foundation from the list of approved charities on the Combined Federal Campaign.
The Army's strategy will work in five-year increments with two pilot programs at several bases.
Recent and tragic shootings at military installations show that physical threats remain potent, even in the continental U.S.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Defense Department is getting ready to announce new vetting procedures for foreign military members studying and training at U.S. facilities.
In today's Federal Newscast, following recent shootings on military bases, the Marines is allowing its law enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms.
For a variety of reasons, many U.S. military installations are in danger of insufficient water.
In today's Federal Newscast, Comptroller General Gene Dodaro lays out a litany of changes lawmakers should consider as they update the 1990 CFO Act.