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The ‘P’ in Procurement Isn’t Just for Price, It’s for People Too

The low bid doesn't guarantee the best workers for the job.

Soldiers assigned to the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Honor Guard of Fort Campbell, Ky., lead the 2012 Veterans Day parade in Nashville.

Veterans Day Won't Spark a Substantive National Security Debate

Veterans Day underscores how the public and politicos focus on manufactured patriotism instead of actual national security experience and policy specifics.

Pentagon's Better Buying Power Wins Plaudits from Business Group

Review backs widening of agile acquisition, procurement reform and Silicon Valley partnerships.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson launched a “unity of effort” initiative 18 months ago.

Homeland Security Leaders See Progress in ‘Unity of Effort’

Survey pinpoints hiring as top obstacle to uniting components and boosting morale.

A U.S. Army Reserve military police soldier rappels down a 40-foot tower during training at Camp Atterbury, Ind.

Defense Authorization Bill Heads to President Obama's Desk Again

This time the president is expected to sign it into law.

18F's Micropurchasing Dilemma: Is $1 for Code Too Cheap?

For the past few weeks, GSA's tech team 18F has been running a "reverse-auction" for code.

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson speaks during a campaign stop Oct. 29 in Lakewood, Colo.

Defense Employees Favored Carson, at Least Until West Point Flap

Recent GBC poll found Carson was the most favorably viewed presidential candidate by Defense workers.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter: Gulf Arabs Need to Get in the Fight

In an interview, Carter says America’s Arab allies need fewer expensive weapons systems—and more will to battle ISIS and Iran on the ground.

Pentagon Advised to Sharpen Sexual Assault Prevention

GAO says policies not linked to outcomes or communicated well to local bases.