The Navy is officially going through its own Night Court process.
The Navy Department will add $300 million as in “incremental investment” in its restructured higher education system. And whether or not officers take advantage of the new programs it’s creating will factor into future promotion decisions.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department is getting ready to announce new vetting procedures for foreign military members studying and training at U.S. facilities.
The military services are getting fed up with housing contractors that are not cleaning up issues with service members’ homes.
Aaron Weis formally became the Department of the Navy’s new chief information officer this week. The leaders of four new directorates he’ll oversee have also been hired, and are expected to be in place by mid-month.
Congress declined to authorize a new assistant secretary of the Navy for information management, so officials are moving on to “Plan B.”
The tri-service proposal would elevate IT issues in each service’s organizational chart. Its chief advocate is the Department of the Navy, which has already expressed its desire to appoint an assistant secretary for information management.
The Pentagon and its inspector general said recent discoveries of tens of millions of dollars in uncatalogued parts offer concrete evidence of the audit’s direct connection to military readiness.
An assessment commissioned by the Secretary of the Navy returned a stinging assessment of the Navy Department’s cybersecurity posture.
The Navy education overhaul will align educational and research efforts at the Naval War College, Naval Academy, Marine Corps University and other schools within the Navy.