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DISA in Compliance with Cloud Security Standards

Three vendors in use; seven under assessment.

Government Seeks Vets Interested in STEM Jobs

A new program designed to attract vets in science, technology, engineering and math will launch in 2015.

A Soldier from 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division, uses a Joint Tactical Radio System's Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit, known as JTRS HMS, at the Army's Network Integration Evaluation, or NIE 13.1, on Nov. 9, 2012.

Army to Manpack Tactical Radio Vendors: Go on a Diet

Other items on the Army’s to-do list: Boosting battery life and transmitting power

Troops help build an Ebola treatment center in Liberia.  Military members must go into quarantine when they leave West Africa.

Defense Civilians Can Opt Out of Ebola Quarantine

Service members, however, are required to go into 21-day isolation after leaving West Africa.

Supporters rally for Marines and their families exposed to toxic drinking water at Camp Lejeune. The Supreme Court dealt them a blow in June, siding with the government.

Victims of Toxic Chemicals Fight for Benefits From VA

Former Marines who spent time at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina are among the victims.

Did a SEAL Team Six Member Violate the Espionage Act?

At the top, federal employees leak with impunity. At the bottom, they're at the mercy of an opaque apparatus that masquerades as justice.

Troops, Defense Employees Will Have Less Money for Extended Travel Starting Nov. 1

Opponents of a new policy designed to cut costs had hoped the Pentagon would delay its implementation, pending further debate.

Health workers carry the body of a old man from his house as he is suspected of dying from the Ebola virus in the Siah Town area on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia.

Exclusive: AFRICOM Plans High-Speed Circuits to Liberia

U.S. military plans to lease a 622 megabit terrestrial circuit from Europe to Liberia.

Dr. Anthony Fauci

'An Epidemic of Fear': Ebola in the United States

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci's lessons from three decades of public health crises.