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U.S. Airmen unload a GBU-12 Paveway II on an F-16C Fighting Falcon during day one of the annual load crew competition on Jan. 9 at Atlantic City Air National Guard Base, N.J.

Obama’s Final Arms-Export Tally More than Doubles Bush’s

Most of the $278 billion in approved sales have gone to Saudi Arabia and other Mideast allies.

Pentagon Urged to Better Integrate Intel Needs in Weapons Acquisition

GAO says training and tighter certification would improve communication.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said the relationship between Brig. Gen. Michael Bobeck and Peduzzi Associates deserves a closer look.

Army General Was Allowed To Accept Free Housing from Contractor

Brig. Gen. Michael Bobeck, fired from the Joint Staff for an extramarital affair, cited his longtime friendship with an executive in receiving a rent-free apartment during his divorce. 

In this image made from video, the J-20 stealth fighter jet flies at the China's International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai on Nov. 1, 2016.

As China Shows Off J-20 Stealth Fighter, A Bit of Context

It takes more than a flyby at an airshow to deploy fifth-generation fighter jets in combat.

Voting in Five Battleground States Could Reshape Federal Contracting

New analysis shows some long-held Congressional seats now up for grabs may change the course of federal spending, especially in technology and aerospace.

Judge Temporarily Blocks Rule Aimed at Fair Treatment of Federal Contract Workers

Preliminary injunction prevents implementation of requirement that contractors disclose alleged labor law violations.

“I don’t think we’re putting as many new products into the new product pipeline as we should be,” Frank Kendall said.

Kendall: The Pentagon’s Spending Less on Weapons, So Let Me Keep My Job

A 30-year-low in cost growth is part of the defense acquisition undersecretary’s closing argument for why Congress shouldn’t eliminate his position.

GSA Launches Phase 2 of Making It Easier

The agency continues to work on speeding up the contracting process.

Lockheed’s Pitch: Buy Our Training Jet, Save Taxpayers $1 Billion

Company officials say they can build the jets faster, and that should give them a leg up in the T-X bid evaluation.

Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra

Aneesh Chopra: Relying on Bid Protests Is ‘Absurd'

Bid protests in the federal government have increased 60 percent since fiscal 2008, but their success rate has declined.

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