The military service chiefs say continuing resolutions are keeping them from planning ahead and costing them money.
The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said Tuesday that he would block any effort by the Obama Administration to bifurcate the leadership of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, saying the move would be premature and lacked any input from Congress.
Former DoD officials told the House Armed Services Committee that most of the Senate's reforms to the Pentagon are a good idea.
Congressional staffers addressed some of the President's concerns with the 2017 defense authorization bill.
The Air Force is down 4,000 maintainers and it won't see them in full force for quite some time.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter takes umbrage with two specific provisions in the 2017 defense authorization bills.
The Senate Armed Services Committee continues pushing for acquisition reform in the 2017 defense authoritarian bill.
The Senate version of the defense authorization bill has a much more modest approach to enrollment fees for TRICARE users.
The Senate version of the NDAA gets rid of the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics and cuts Senior Executive Officer staff by 25 percent.
A Senate panel's version of the 2017 defense authorization bill keeps the military pay raise at 1.6 percent, but expands some health care options.
Military personnel leaders worry enlisted members will suffer under new retirement plan, given paycheck-to-paycheck earning levels in first few years of their careers.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter punched back at Congress after some lawmakers doubted the necessity of the Force of the Future initiative.
Sen. Jim Inhofe asked the Armed Services Committee to delay voting out Brad Carson's nomination for undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness until allegations of a hostile work environment are checked out.
DoD says it wants public-private partnerships to form the basis of future space launches. But current congressional mandates are narrowly focused on breaking the decades-old habit of using Russian rocket engines.