Senate Armed Services Committee


Proposed 2% federal pay raise gets support in 2025 defense authorization bill

The Senate committee’s version of the 2025 NDAA, advanced last week, supported a 2% federal pay raise for civilian feds and a 4.5% raise for military…

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Tuberville Military Nominees

Military families request end to Senate hold on DoD nominations

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Debt Limit

What Congress wants Defense to look like in 2024 takes shape

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Pentagon Austin

Defense officials say a year-long continuing resolution would be ‘The Bad Place’

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(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., is interviewed about the Relay, an electric autonomous vehicle, in Fairfax, Va., Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020. The future of transportation arrived in northern Virginia, looking like a big blue toaster on wheels that can seat six and drive itself through the region’s notorious traffic.  State and local officials debuted the Relay system Thursday, an all-electric, autonomous vehicle that will provide free shuttle rides back and forth from the Dunn Loring Metrorail stop to the bustling Mosaic District in Fairfax County, Va.  (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Language to block future Schedule F absent from compromise version of NDAA

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Stephanie Miller

Several military branches poised to miss recruitment targets for fiscal 2022

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(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)Congress

Three things to watch in the House 2023 NDAA

The House Armed Services Committee is largely sticking with the Biden vision for the Defense Department next year, however, the 2023 Defense authorization…

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Early morning summer sunrise as seen from the Lincoln Memorial while looking toward the Washington Monument in Washington, DC.

Defense funding topline up in the air for 2023 after committees release bills

The House is sticking closely to the Biden budget and to appropriators but the Senate Armed Services Committee is feeling bolder in what it is approving…

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(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Alphonso Grant)An F-35A Lightning II assigned to the 34th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron departs after conducting an aerial refueling.

Air Force thinking of new ways to handle ‘black swan’ events in acquisition

The Air Force is exploring multiple options to ensure the service gets the products it wants and helps industry where it is struggling along the way.
The war in Ukraine, supply chain shortages, COVID and inflation are all throwing a wrench in pricing and contracting.

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