The DOD disputes a prediction that it will overspend its budget over the next five years, but calls for Congress to allow it more freedom to take cost-cutting measures.
DOD's efforts to streamline and economize includes a move from duplicative silos to a more agile approach.
Unraveling a bureaucracy built on suspicion could be part of the cure for DOD's ills, study suggests.
Saying rule was 'misinterpeted,' DOD will no longer impose length limits on reports to Congress.
Hill Republicans are condemning a new Pentagon policy limiting its reports to Congress to 10 pages.
Dr. Arati Prabhakar arrives most recently from Silicon Valley, but is no stranger to Washington.
Gen. Keith Alexander cites need for access to information to thwart attacks.
The old rules of war don’t apply in cyberspace, so the federal government is writing a new book for the new age of combat.
The 2005 round of base realignment has cost $14 billion more than planned, so far, according to the GAO.
DISA's recent contract award to Red River includes services similar those the company was once fined for failing to provide, but a key executive involved in the charges is no longer with the firm.
The Obama administration and a House committee are fighting over workforce development fund.
DOD turns paper and ink into binary code for efficiency.