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Government news resource covering technology, performance, employment, telework, cybersecurity, and more for federal employees. [Read More]
Trump's election should remind Congress and policymakers that the U.S. cannot do it all. [Read More]
Welcome to our podcast about the news, strategy, tech, and business trends defining the future of national security. [Read More]
Air Force officials opened up — just a bit — about at the thinking that's informing the design process. [Read More]
A permanent U.S. presence in Poland makes sense for several reasons. [Read More]
Government news resource covering technology, performance, employment, telework, cybersecurity, and more for federal employees. [Read More]
Todd Harrison says $13 billion is a high-ball figure meant to shift the debate. [Read More]
An infantry unit will get Strykers, and a Stryker brigade will shift to tanks, part of the Pentagon's focus on great-power competition. [Read More]
Los Alamos engineers are working on a tiny, steel-encased core regulated by physics, not pumps. [Read More]
A new Cold War is a possibility — but not the most likely one. [Read More]
Instead of acknowledging the political and national aspirations of the Palestinians, negotiators are focusing on material and economic concerns. [Read More]
Government news resource covering technology, performance, employment, telework, cybersecurity, and more for federal employees. [Read More]
By setting up multiple sensors, researchers have learned to "see" what's out of sight. [Read More]
Government news resource covering technology, performance, employment, telework, cybersecurity, and more for federal employees. [Read More]
After seven rental scooters were abandoned at the Pentagon following this year's September 11 remembrances, police say they will begin impounding the unauthorized rides. Bikes,... [Read More]
Days after the Air Force secretary fired off a memo, the deputy defense secretary appeared to back off a plan for a new acquisition agency. [Read More]
As Macedonians go to the polls, the results will help determine whether their country becomes the newest member of the EU and NATO. [Read More]
It's the first new enterprise by the newly renamed U.S. Agency for Global Media. [Read More]
It's use-it-or-lose it season for the federal government. [Read More]
As talks with Washington seemed to stall, Seoul created its own path with Pyongyang. [Read More]
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