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IBM’s Full-Court Press to Capture DOD Health Records Contract

DOD is expected in June 2015 to award the $11 billion contract for overhauling its electronic health records system.

DISA Aims for Next-Gen System to Secure Millions of Connected Devices

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.

Lothar Eckardt, right, executive director of National Air Security Operations at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, speaks with a Customs and Border Patrol agent prior to a drone aircraft flight.

Inspectors Warn: Scrap Proposed $443 Million Border Drone Surge

U.S. unmanned jets fielded to catch border trespassers have not proved their worth and DHS is lowballing cost estimates, the watchdog reported.

Border security activities would continue during a shutdown.

What a Homeland Security Shutdown Would Look Like

Even if DHS funding ends, most employees would likely keep working, and Obama's executive order could too.

Report: The Air Force Needs More Drone Operators

An unnamed senior military official told the Daily Beast that the force has been at the “breaking point” for a “long time.”

Watchdog Wants to Know if DOD Has Actually Saved Money by Jumping to the Cloud

Audit to determine whether DOD components performed cost-benefit analyses before buying cloud services.

Feinstein Sends the White House Instructions for Ceasing ‘Future Use of Torture’

Dianne Feinstein is putting pressure on Obama to create a permanent ban on the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation” practices.

New Health Care Premiums for Certain Retired Reservists Take Effect

Under TRICARE Retired Reserve, enrollees pay full cost of monthly premiums, which now range from $391 to $961.

The USS Fort Worth conducts helicopter search and recovery operations as part of Indonesian-led efforts to locate the AirAsia plane that crashed last week.

Navy Joins AirAsia Search Efforts

Pentagon deploys two ships to the Java Sea.

U.S. linguists share a meal with Omanis and British Foreign Service Officers in 2012.

The U.S. Government's Foreign-Language Problem

Alleged discrimination against FBI employees with overseas ties is only the latest difficulty the government has had with interpreters and translators.