The recurring pitfalls of chasing the lowest price in federal procurements.
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The president addressed two terrorist attacks near Paris on Friday that left several people dead, including the perpetrators.
Five months, 1,689 strikes, and more than 3,200 targets, the campaign against the Islamic State rumbles on. By Kedar Pavgi
Agents are conducting “various database searches” to hunt down the attackers.
DOD is expected in June 2015 to award the $11 billion contract for overhauling its electronic health records system.
A Jan. 5 request for information queries contractors on a “next-generation” system that would allow the agency to better configure, secure and keep tabs on millions of devices connected to DOD’s networks.
U.S. unmanned jets fielded to catch border trespassers have not proved their worth and DHS is lowballing cost estimates, the watchdog reported.
Even if DHS funding ends, most employees would likely keep working, and Obama's executive order could too.
An unnamed senior military official told the Daily Beast that the force has been at the “breaking point” for a “long time.”
Audit to determine whether DOD components performed cost-benefit analyses before buying cloud services.