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The Real Problem With Acquisition Training

Institutions need to focus on the workforce of the future.

Refreshed USASpending Website Irks Some Transparency Advocates

Treasury's new site aims to be more user-friendly but eliminates some search capabilities.

An Afghan woman walks to a polling station in Kabul.

Watchdog Wary of Loosely Defined Program for Afghan Women

The $416 million effort could leave participants with few tangible benefits, SIGAR warns.

House Advances Bill to Curb Contract ‘Bundling’ that Favors Large Companies

Lawmakers cite the need for more accurate data on small business awards.

House Defense Acquisition Reform Plan Seen as Step in the Right Direction

Armed Services chairman would streamline “broken” system to boost workforce, regain tech edge.

Huddle’s ‘Collaborative’ Cloud Offering Latest to Get FedRAMP Seal of Approval

The company's secure cloud collaboration service is the latest offering to meet FedRAMP security standards.

The F-35 Program Boss's To-Do List

Program manager Bogdan says there are still kinks with software, cracks in aircraft and the plane’s logistics system as the Marine Corps prepare to declare the jet battle ready.

14 Cost-Cutting Strategies That Feed Big Spending at Defense

Budgeting myths are hurting innovation and efficiency.

Rep. Mac Thornberry, Chairman of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee provides opening remarks before the start of the House Armed Services Committee Hearing last week.

New House Armed Services Chairman Flexes Muscles for Pentagon Buyers

House Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry flexes his new muscles in attempt to give Pentagon program managers breathing room

House Freedom Caucus Chairman Jim Jordan plans to back the budget with extra defense money.

Welcome to the House GOP's Budget Improv

After repeatedly changing strategy, Republican leaders finally appear to have a plan for passage.