Inspector general’s "high-risk" report urges planning for major future expenditures.
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He’s still a contender for the top job at the Department of Defense. But the more he’s in the public eye, the more his obstacles mount.
Without the cash, service says it will cut pilot training, ground planes, stop other base construction projects.
Acting deputy Norquist cites authorities while defending spending request and audit.
Under increasing scrutiny, the acting secretary — and his allies — make the case for President Trump to nominate him.
A new AI-enabled pilot project aims to sense “micro changes” in the behavior of people with top-secret clearances. If it works, it could be the future of corporate HR.
The service intends to buy 500 fewer JLTVs next year — but will it still buy the total planned 49,000?
Shanahan welcomes the investigation pushed by Democrats and transparency group.
Despite “lean” pledges, aides are skeptical about the size of the proposed branch and the number of generals who will lead it.
The $5.3 billion price tag is the Pentagon’s first public accounting to include the new hangars and various other costs.