THe Veterans Affairs and Defense departments are adopting a common vocabulary and structured data system for medical terms for their upcoming joint digital record system.
The National Defense Authorization Act contains a number of troubling provisions, including an increased top-line budget, constraints on defense strategies, and a limited ability to cut resources where officials see fit, according to the administration.
Congress rejected DOD's proposed changes to FAR language, but changes to commercial of-a-type acquisition aren't completely off the table yet.
DOD's IT Enterprise Strategy and Roadmap is designed to streamline defense IT, but insiders wonder if major budget cuts could derail it.
The Navy's long-awaited NGEN solicitation has been released, marking an official step forward for the service.
Let the competition begin as the Navy finally releases NGEN request for proposals and two teams square off to win the lucrative contract.
DOD has long been troubled by poor financial management, but 2012 could be the year it turns itself around.
The Armed Services Committee is ready to put some teeth into its longstanding efforts to speed DOD service contract inventory efforts along.
House defense bill asks for $3 billion more than the Obama administration's plan.
DOD lacks a culture geared toward fostering small business participation, lawmakers believe, but a new bill would attempt to change that.
Lawmakers urge DOD to avoid placing caps on department employees that contractors don't have to also abide by.
Rep. Jim Langevin is looking to catalyze better cyber training and expertise at the federal, state and local levels.