The U.S. military is making sure it has enough bombs and missiles to continue striking Islamic State strongholds in Iraq and Syria.
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Iraq’s government may not be ready to handle what happens when it defeats ISIS.
A lawmaker came up with a new meaning for the term “cloud.” But DOD’s chief information officer isn’t smiling.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations unsurprisingly affirms U.S. commitment to Israel.
Bill would repeal Pentagon policy that reduced per diem rates for military and civilian employees on long-term travel.
Employees -- complying with headquarters guidance -- changed the dates in dozens of cases so that older claims appeared newer.
Acting Defense Department Terry Halvorsen urged lawmakers to prioritize efforts to update military IT, such the Joint Information Environment, a concept for a militarywide data sharing system.
Congress is working on a deal to avoid a DHS shutdown, but the department says it must prepare for the worst.
The agency spent nearly $4.5 million over four years for medical care travel for certain service members – and some of it might have been unnecessary.
Most employees would still work, but operations would be disrupted significantly.