In today’s Federal Newscast, law enforcement agencies are watching the gun debates, wondering how they’ll carry out possible new regulations.
The Defense Department says TRICARE will continue to operate, but it’s expecting a few issues.
The Defense Health Agency is rolling back some primary care copayments for military families and retirees.
VA Secretary Shulkin’s agenda for the upcoming year is full of initiatives across the department, from improving morale to implementing interoperability in health records to realigning infrastructure.
Defense saw a slew of changes in 2017 aimed to increase competitiveness, inspire growth and address shortfalls in funding and healthcare realms.
DoD used planned system outage to prepare for transition to new TRICARE contractors, changes to health benefits
Military and Defense Department employees will see some big changes to retirement and prescription drug copays starting next year.
The defense secretary gave Congress a list of grievances regarding the 2018 defense authorization bill.
New rules alter TRICARE’s benefit structure, require beneficiaries to sign up during open enrollment.
The Trump administration’s Defense budget proposal envisions billions of dollars in savings from more oversight on IT, base closures, health care reforms and plane tickets.