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Homeland Security Radio Silence Persists

After almost three years, the Department of Homeland Security has made little progress toward improving internal communication via radio, according to a recent IG verification review.

NASA is Investing in Eco-friendly Supersonic Airplane Travel

Maybe by 2030 we'll be able to fly between London and New York in under four hours again.

Senate Takes Up Defense Authorization Bill, House Works on Defense Spending

The week will be headlined by the fight over amendments on the Pentagon authorization bill.

The McChord Field Commissary Club at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Senators Push Back On Plan to Privatize Some Military Commissaries

A bipartisan proposal requires the Pentagon to report to Congress before moving ahead with pilot program to contract out the commissary system.

Federal Contract Spending Fell 3.1 Percent in 2014, Study Finds

Lockheed Martin tops Bloomberg Government’s annual rankings.

DoDEA Director Thomas Brady

Director of Pentagon's Far-Flung School System Counts His Blessings

Proposal to close down stateside schools never took hold and the system is enjoying a relatively steady budget. Char

Sen. Jack Reed voted against the defense authorization bill in committee.

Democrats' Shifting Line on Pentagon Spending

The minority party has vowed to block appropriations bills for their use of a "slush fund." But they'll let the authorization bill go through.

Watchdog Says Pentagon Needs to Crank Up ‘Insider Threat’ Monitoring

Only half of military components GAO reviewed have logged system and user behaviors to develop "a baseline of normal activity patterns."

White House Objects to Defense Bill Contracting Provision Empowering Service Chiefs

Senate version would decentralize decision making on weapons system milestones for service-unique programs.

The documents related to the IG’s own probe of the whistleblower case of former National Security Agency official Thomas Drake.

Former Pentagon IG Official Probed for Destroying Documents

U.S. magistrate will hear charges stemming from Thomas Drake whistleblower case.