One of the more somber and unpleasant jobs performed by the National Guard is to properly handle the bodies of people who died from COVID-19.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Pentagon’s inspector general has launched its own review into the Navy’s handling of coronavirus aboard its ships.
The Pentagon told its contracting officers and contract administrators to boost the amount of money it pays vendors in the form of progress payments as one way to increase their cash flow amidst a sagging economy.
If a virus can kill Americans and wreck the economy more easily than a foreign enemy, is the United States approaching the idea of national defense the right way in the first place?
Guardsmen may be missing out on important benefits because of bureaucratic issues.
More than 330,000 Army National Guard members can now use the IPPS-A system.
The bill also gives more money to the National Guard for emergency deployments.
Eight Pentagon entrances will be closed and mandatory temperature taking may be put into effect to enter the building.
In today's Federal Newscast, federal contractor associations wrote separate letters to the White House and lawmakers asking for more guidance for how industry should expect to work during the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
More than 2,000 Guardsmen are already working for the states, that number will double by the weekend.
The Pentagon's role in responding to the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. is rapidly expanding, with the likely deployment of Navy hospital ships and Army field hospitals
The National Guard is taking a data-driven approach to its suicide prevention programs.
DoD wants its installations to have their own power sources.
President Donald Trump is getting heavy pushback from top National Guard officials, advocates and the individual states for reprogramming funds from the Pentagon to build a wall on the southern border.