In today’s Federal Newscast, new regulations to implement the paid parental leave law for federal employees are in the works.
A new report estimates the space force might cost between $300 million and $550 million – less than initially predicted.
Cristina Chaplain, director of contracting and national security issues at the Government Accountability Office, said a missile interceptor shown last year in successful test run still needs evaluation under different and more strenuous conditions.
Vice Adm. James Syring replaces Lt. Gen. Patrick O’Reilly, who was the subject of a DoD Inspector General report on his alleged abusive management style. In May, the IG recommended appropriate corrective action against O’Reilly.
Two senior senators will introduce an amendment to the DoD authorization bill to increase the oversight over the IT supply chain. A preliminary report from GAO finds counterfeit technology parts easily making their way into weapons systems.
A new GAO report shows that DOD’s Ballistic Missile Defense System lacks clear oversight on training and funding.
The man leading the transition of more than 200,000 defense civilian workers into new pay systems has accepted a job at the Missile Defense Agency.
Katrina McFarland takes over for Frank Anderson as the new head of the Defense Acquisition University. DAU also will provide help for all agencies in buying services.
Pentagon blocks 400 million dollar missile defense contract, Fighters rattle Seattle after Obama airspace issue