The Air Force is worried about its aerospace and space business partners.
The Air Force's trial at connected weapons systems in real time will be pushed until June.
The Advanced Battle Management System will conduct demonstrations every four months to test program connectivity.
The Air Force's acquisition chief says the next frontier for bug bounties lies in the chips and embedded systems the Defense procurement process typically ignores.
In today's Federal Newscast, employees at the Bureau of Land Management's Washington D.C. headquarters have limited time to decide if they will move out west with the agency or not.
The Air Force wants to find areas where defense and industry research needs overlap.
With the merger of L3 Technologies and Harris Corporation earlier this summer, the number of defense contractors the military can choose from is getting thin.
The Air Force may be looking to adapt a mid-20th century program to modern technologies in order to produce it’s sixth-gen fighter plane.
The Air Force is in the middle of a major acquisition reform. Part of that is trying to learn how to work with tech startups and small businesses.
In today's Federal Newscast, a version of the Federal Employee Paid Leave Act is introduced into the Senate.
The Air Force's second Pitch Day is looking for technologies facing the final frontier.
Starting this week, the Air Force says it wants to introduce new participants into its supplier base where it will sign one-page contracts with small businesses.
The Air Force wants program managers to be able to spot good code in software.
The new program blueSHIFT will help the U.S. Air Force focus on awarding contracts to creative, small businesses, Secretary Heather Wilson says.