Jovita Carranza, who served as an adviser to the Trump campaign, worked at the agency before.
The service’s proposed purchase of Boeing F-15s has the company increasing its sales efforts on Capitol Hill, and elsewhere.
Watchdog finds several bureaus allowed questionable invoices to go through.
Georgia company posing as disadvantaged paid bribe of at least $1.2 million.
The service intends to buy 500 fewer JLTVs next year — but will it still buy the total planned 49,000?
Obama-era move toward pooled agency purchasing is updated to reduce duplication.
Shanahan welcomes the investigation pushed by Democrats and transparency group.
The $5.3 billion price tag is the Pentagon’s first public accounting to include the new hangars and various other costs.
Agency met small business award goals, mostly to Alaska Native Corporations.
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A new study looks at obituaries of private military contractors killed at war. The majority are white men with significant military experience.
Will Roper’s harsh assessment comes amid the unrelated grounding of company’s popular 737 Max jetliner.