The new memo shows the Biden administration is looking for a wide array ideas from agencies to better recruit, retain and support a diverse national security workforce. Notably, the administration wants agencies to explore more flexible remote work options for classified workers and review existing hiring authorities.
The federal government funds a lot of research and development each year, but not all of it. Yet protection of R&D intellectual property from foreign adversaries is a concern.
With ongoing threats of violence, tomorrow's inauguration presents extra challenges on the security front.
President-elect Joe Biden has chosen veteran diplomat William Burns to be his CIA director
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe has asked the White House to repeal an Obama-era executive order putting controlled unclassified information requirements in place.
At 245 years old, the Army remains a fundamental unit of national security. But it must modernize to many changes and technology and in the world threat situation.
Isabelle Glimcher, a New York University Stern Center for Business and Human Rights fellow, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for more discussion.
Brent Scowcroft, one of the most significant figures in US national security policy in the past half century, died this month at the age of 95.
The United States has a long list of threats that it’s trying to get its arms around. But John Cotton, executive MBA adjunct faculty for the School of Business at George Mason University and retired Navy vice admiral, says there is one threat that outweighs all of them.
How and in what areas is AI being adopted in the national security space? What is an AI ecosystem? How can government and the military enhance their AI ecosystems?
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In today's Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department's inspector general released its review of the agency's implementation of the new Forever GI bill.
Kristen Hajduk, regional director for the national capital region at MD5, discusses the advantages to building networks of innovators and entrepreneurs to help solve national security and defense problems.
Richard Beutel and Andrew Caron make the case for why Congress should expand rapid acquisition authorities to all agencies.