U.S. Transportation Command

Photo by Eric Pilgrim With a large portion of military moves requiring the involvement of packers and movers, it’s the Army Transportation Office’s job to ensure standards are being met.

IT integration problems are latest setback for DoD’s multibillion dollar moving system overhaul

U.S. Transportation Command says it won’t know how soon the department will be able to finally transition to its long-delayed household goods moving…

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/MivPiv)Troops in formation.

At long last, smooth legal waters for massive overhaul of DoD’s moving system

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(Army courtesy photo)To help make moving as stress-free as possible, Move.mil has partnered with Military OneSource to house all the moving support you need, all in one place. Starting October 4, 2021, moving customers are invited to visit the Moving & Housing section of MilitaryOneSource.mil to find web pages covering a wide range of information about everything from shipping household goods to settling into a new duty station. (Courtesy Photo)

Court rules for DoD in challenge to $20B household goods moving contract

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(Army courtesy photo)To help make moving as stress-free as possible, Move.mil has partnered with Military OneSource to house all the moving support you need, all in one place. Starting October 4, 2021, moving customers are invited to visit the Moving & Housing section of MilitaryOneSource.mil to find web pages covering a wide range of information about everything from shipping household goods to settling into a new duty station. (Courtesy Photo)

Multibillion-dollar military moving contract delayed again after losing bidder sues

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GAO rejects legal challenges to multibillion dollar military moving contract

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Security is the name of the game in DevOps, federal tech leaders say

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DoD’s long-delayed household goods moving contract faces yet another protest

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(Army courtesy photo)To help make moving as stress-free as possible, Move.mil has partnered with Military OneSource to house all the moving support you need, all in one place. Starting October 4, 2021, moving customers are invited to visit the Moving & Housing section of MilitaryOneSource.mil to find web pages covering a wide range of information about everything from shipping household goods to settling into a new duty station. (Courtesy Photo)

DoD makes $6.2B award in do-over of military household goods moving contract

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/MivPiv)Troops in formation.

Military families should expect moving delays this summer as companies recover from COVID

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(U.S. Air Force illustration)The Department of the Air Force announced June 4, 2021, the designation of Rocket Cargo as the fourth Vanguard program as part of its transformational science and technology portfolio identified in the DAF 2030 Science and Technology strategy for the next decade. (U.S. Air Force illustration)

Rocket delivery service might be coming to an Air Force near you

The service says advances in private sector space technology are making the idea more feasible.

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/Smederevac)American soldier in military uniform preventing cyber attack in military intelligence center. An US officer intercepting messages to stop terrorism. Modern warfare system surveillance concept.

JAIC planning broad-reaching projects for 2021 focused on business and logistics

Now, for 2021, JAIC acting deputy director Jacqueline Tame, says the center is picking projects that will do the most good for the department due to their…

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This Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, satellite image from Planet Labs Inc. that has been annotated by experts at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at Middlebury Institute of International Studies shows construction at Iran's Natanz uranium-enrichment facility that experts believe may be a new, underground centrifuge assembly plant. Satellite photos show Iran has begun construction at its Natanz nuclear facility. That's after the head of the U.N.’s nuclear agency acknowledged Tehran is building an underground advanced centrifuge assembly plant after its last one exploded in a reported sabotage attack last summer. (Planet Labs Inc. via AP)

Intelligence community is calling on AI to ease work on analysts

The new program is working with four companies to build a program to look for changes on the earth’s surface.

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