DEFENSE - ALL ARTICLES
Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau inherits $10 million obligation.
Security services firm Dyncorp took issue with controversial $293 million award to British company.
Bill is similar to Senate measure, but includes contentious provisions on immigration and law enforcement and excludes other key recommendations.
Stop-loss orders in the active-duty military have caused a shortfall in recruiting goals for the Army National Guard, so personnel officials are turning to the private sector.
Defense Science Board study concludes that the Pentagon does not have enough forces to meet requirements.
"Ready Business" campaign mirrors department's broader "Ready America" effort.
Meeting held to develop policy on reporting allegations of assault and misconduct and treating victims.
Forty-nine Republicans join 28 Democrats in voting "yes" for confirmation of House member, CIA veteran.
Governmental Affairs leaders beat back efforts to dilute the president's powers over the head of intelligence.