Mobile devices have quickly become an important defense asset, and now the department is looking to a mobile future.
As lawmakers passed the defense appropriations bill in the late hours of July 19, they put new scrutiny on the department's spending and cut the actual amount appropriated.
The House is getting ready to pass the 2013 defense appropriations bill, but the specter of sequestration -- and a possible veto -- loom over the funding plan.
Mobile apps and cutting-edge technology are changing the way we care for our troops -- and maybe, someday, even the general public.
Memo to DOD: Don't count on public support for avoiding budget cuts. Majorities of both parties favor DOD cuts, although they differ on just how much and exactly which programs should get trimmed, survey suggests.
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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.