The Army has launched an effort to make it easier to test and integrate technologies before personnel in the field must depend on them.
DOD's intrinsic risk aversion challenges its ability to stay current with mobile capabilities, and some of its leaders believe it's time to rethink that caution.
Delays in collecting and then distributing workforce-support money causes uncertainty about spending the money to aid the acquisition workforce.
Efforts to streamline the clearance process are beginning to pay off at DOD.
A pilot program will help defense officials build up their workforce's skills to protect and defend.
DOD's new mobile strategy intended to 'keep DOD workforce relevant' through a comprehensive approach to the technologies.
Proposals to require agencies to automatically suspend companies accused of wrongdoing have been softened in latest version of a bill.
A "cyber Pearl Harbor is a real possibility, defense secretary warns.
The Selective Service System, which would administer a military draft if needed, hasn't been reevaluated in nearly 20 years, according to a GAO report.
The maker of the popular BlackBerry is on the financial ropes. What does it mean for feds?
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is back in court -- and may be spending even more time there in run-up to the Wikileaks trial.
U.S. Southern Command is looking to DOD's science and technology communities to help in counter-narcotics operations in the jungles of South America.