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Don’t Count on Higher Mass Transit Benefits Anytime Soon

Senate Republicans block bill that would have restored the benefits to their 2013 levels and privatized tax debt collection.

Air Force Behind on Improvements to F-22 Fighter, Auditors Find

Greater progress achieved on simultaneous modernization effort.

General Dynamics, responsible for Stryker armored fighting vehicle, is one of the most-disputed Army contractors.

Why Are So Many Army and VA Contracts Protested?

An electronic docketing system could simplify the process of disputing procurement decisions.

Defense Personnel Can Now Use Samsung Galaxy Devices on Pentagon Networks

The department’s approval of Android’s 4.4 operating system gives troops and civilians more mobile options.

The FBI is headquartered in the J. Edgar Hoover Building in Washington, DC.

Why the FBI Wants to Procure Malware

Agency expects the malicious code to provide actionable intelligence for criminal and intelligence matters.

The Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tenn., processes plutonium.

Nuclear Weapons Complex Reform Could Mean Pay Cut For Contractors

Contracts have been under increased scrutiny due to repeated cost overruns, delays and security failures.

RT reported Tuesday that Russia’s deputy prime minister, Dmitry Rogozin, plans to ban operation of U.S. GPS monitoring sites in Russia.

It’s Hard to Ban GPS Stations in Russia That Don’t Exist

Many media outlets seem to be confusing the Global Positioning System with a NOAA system for monitoring earthquake activity.

Defense Plans to Replace 19-Year-Old Retiree Pay System

Time to leave the COBOL-based application behind.