The Trump administration is pledging to audit the Department of Defense for the first time in its history while simultaneously demanding a record spending increase. Can it do both?
The military's future is female.
Agencies spend most of their budgets on recompeted contracts, but there are a few sectors asking for new solutions, a report found.
The call for technology is open until next May.
Automotive specialist describes “building capacity” through hiring locals, being on receiving end of SIGAR audits.
AFGE says too many dollars are “diverted” to Defense headquarters awards.
That includes prospective, not final, sales to allies from March to May.
The slowdown could be a blip in the market's double-digit growth.
The Department of Homeland Security has been ramping up agile efforts.
If the government can't hire cyber talent, it will continue to seek outside support, a market analysis said.
Watchdog cites understaffing and triple bunking of Leavenworth detainees.