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F-15E Strike Eagles with the 4th Fighter Wing at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., form up behind a KC-135 Stratotanker with the 121st Air Refueling Wing, Ohio Air National Guard, June 15, 2018.

Boeing Is Pitching the U.S. a New F-15, Using Its Super Hornet Game Plan

The company convinced the Trump administration to buy advanced F/A-18 jets. Can it do the same with the the F-15?

States to Feds: Enough With the Red Tape Already

Although companies and public sector organizations bemoan the time spent complying with federal rules, there are opportunities to improve the process, officials said.

“I just want to stress to you, trust us if you want us to trust you,” said Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Tempers Flare as White House Defends Reorg Proposal Against Accusations of Stonewalling

Democrats say proposals will go into "dustbin of history" without further cooperation.

Agency Buyers Express Rising Optimism About Workforce Skills, Communication

But contractors group interviews reveal ongoing worries about budgets, hiring.

E-Mail Preservation Bill Clears House

National Archives would be required to tighten rules at White House and agencies, 46 percent of which print out and file paper copies of email.

Will Roper, then director of strategic capabilities for the office of the Secretary of Defense, visits Hurlburt Field to get a better understanding of Team Hurlburts Air Commandos and their capabilities on July 25, 2017.

The Air Force Wants More Commercial Companies Working AI Projects

Defense leaders issue a new call to industry after a study finds just two of 100 top AI firms have Pentagon contracts.

How to Keep Your High Performers Happy

Plus, ways to prevent toxic workers from corrupting your team.

The White House Transcript Is Missing the Most Explosive Part of the Trump–Putin Press Conference

It’s not clear whether the omission was intended, but the meaning of a key exchange is dramatically altered as a result.