In today's Federal Newscast, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee releases the expanded Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act report card today, five agencies saw their grades go up, 11 saw them go down.
SOCOM's current focus is on improving the readiness and training of their forces, including improving the resiliency of their families.
In today's Federal Newscast, Senator John McCain said Gina Haspell will have to explain her involvement in the CIA's enhanced interrogation program before he'll vote for her confirmation.
In today's Federal Newscast, a botched email compromises the personal information of thousands of Marines, sailors and civilians, including bank account numbers.
USCYBERCOM's top official says agencies understand their roles and responsibilities for cyber defense, but not how to coordinate their responses quickly.
The Defense Department has decided to take a pass on Base Realignment and Closure in the agency's fiscal 2019 budget request.
Military personnel say DOPMA is foundationally sound, but needs more workarounds, especially for highly-technical fields
A provision in the annual defense bill mandates a new Pentagon analysis of current personnel policies and whether they're harming officer retention.
The Senate Armed Services chairman says he'll withhold acquisition approvals from DoD programs unless the department completes its first financial audit.
ITAPS and the Coalition for Government Procurement have offered suggestions to the Senate for testing out the use of online commercial marketplaces.
The Senate Armed Services Committee is considering a subpoena for White House cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce.
The top two members of the Senate Armed Services Committee are floating a proposal that would finally allow another round of military base closures several years from now. Here's how it would work.
The Senate Armed Services Committee wants to cut some basic housing allowance for dual military couples to save money in the long run. The committee tried to make more drastic cuts last year, but they did not make it into law.
The Senate Armed Services Committee's version of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act cuts funding for several software programs the panel sees as underperforming, and implements what congressional officials say are corrective measures to DoD's IT buying habits.