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Budget Cuts Bring 11 Percent Decline in Contract Spending for 2013

Annual Bloomberg study shows rising awards from three departments despite the overall downward trend.

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GSA Has a New Plan for Cloud Providers Navigating Changing Security Standards

Transition plan provides specific FedRAMP guidance to CSPs at varying stages.

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Army Denies It Will Lay Off 3,000 Officers to Meet Force Reduction Goals

Service could instead rely on retirements and fewer enlistments.

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Pentagon Sending 600 U.S. Troops to Eastern Europe

Soldiers from the 173rd Airborne are heading to Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia for month-long military exercises. By Ben Watson

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Obama Tries Once Again to Pivot Toward Asia

President Obama has begun a weeklong trip to Asia, attempting to continue an effort to step up the United States' presence in the region.

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U.S. Forces in Afghanistan May Be Significantly Reduced

Officials have said that the troop count in Afghanistan could “drop well below 10,000.”

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China Is Setting up Covert Spy Networks in US and Australian Universities

The ever-rising droves of Chinese people studying abroad is generally considered an all-around win, especially for China's Communist Party.

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U.S.-Russian Cultural Relations Are on Ice, Too

The Russians may be coming -- but not in the way any of us had hoped. By Tara Sonenshine

April 21 Leave a comment

Future Threats Will Require Much More Than the A-10

Forget the A-10. The Air Force needs a mix of aircraft and capabilities for the 2023 fight. By Col. Robert Spalding

April 21 Leave a comment

Russian and American Military Dolphins Might Face Off This Summer

Dolphins will be testing a new anti-radar system.

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