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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan John Sopko

Pentagon Task Force’s $675 Million in Contracts to Rebuild Afghanistan Found Wasteful

Special watchdog cites overspending on indirect costs and too many sole-source awards.

Strategic Capabilities Office Director William Roper has been named as the Air Force's new acquisition chief.

‘Surprising Capabilities’ Guru Tapped to Lead Air Force Acquisition

But assuming Will Roper wins confirmation, what will become of the Strategic Capabilities Office he helped create?

Analysis: Why Americans Will Never Agree on Oil Drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Alaska and oil proponents are cheering a move to open up an ecologically sensitive part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling -- a position environment supporters can't abide.

Preaching from the Choir: Conservatives, Defense Execs Beg Trump to Challenge Russia, Make Budget Deal

At the Reagan Presidential Library, the country's biggest defense spending hawks doubt Congress can deliver Trump's promised military buildup.

The X-51A Waverider flew its fourth and final mission May 1 over the Point Mugu Naval Air Warfare Center Sea Range May 1, 2013.

Pentagon Building Wish List for New Technology Spending

The military’s top weapons buyer wants to better coordinate the Defense Department’s investments across its labs and research offices.

An artist concept of the new Cessna SkyCourier 408.

Could a New Cessna Find Its Way to the Battlefield?

FedEx will be the first to operate the new twin-engine turboprop, but military sales may not be far behind.

The Pentagon, as seen behind the Air Force Memorial.

Small Business Activist Wins Interim Victory Against Pentagon, Sikorsky

Chapman’s FOIA case forces out “proprietary” information on subcontractors.

Defense Authorization Bill Allows Pilot Program on Curbing Bid Protests

A Senate-proposed “loser pays” mandate on major contracts was watered down.

Trump Admin Tells Agencies to Strip Contract Provisions Guarding Against Wage Theft

New rule was required by a vote in Congress earlier this year.

A repair team works on power lines on Oct. 14. A month after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, power is still out for the vast majority of people.

Federal Probe Into Puerto Rico Power Scandal Expands

After the island’s power company canceled the controversial Whitefish contract, there are new inquiries into another deal with an Oklahoma-based company.