Lawmakers should reject pressure to fund underperforming weapons and service contracts, AFGE officials said.
Four nominees—all people of color—received committee approval months ago but have yet to get a Senate vote.
Science & Tech
Thales says its Advanced Acoustic Concepts towed sensors can be installed in just two days.
Efforts to prevent espionage are harming the country more than they’re helping—and the same is true of China, they say.
Chicken sandwiches and WiFi, for starters, says the head of Ingalls Shipbuilding.
A conversation with Rafael Ioris, an expert on Brazilian politics at the University of Denver.
Opponents of "noncompete agreements" say they stifle competition and innovation.
Bipartisan bill follows FBI warnings about Beijing's sway over the world's largest social-media platform.
Most want to continue helping Ukraine—and most don’t think there’s a clear China strategy, according to the Reagan Institute poll.
Too few human-resources staffers means a constant struggle to keep up with basic personnel record-keeping and more.
Some observers say industry and government are moving too slowly to capitalize on a unique opportunity.
The SpaceX and social-media mogul mocked Sen. Ed Markey’s concerns about Twitter verifying fake accounts.
New poll shows US, UK publics aren’t buying what national-security experts have been selling.
A simple policy change could help defend America against threats to non-military targets.
Actual civics students would demand more from the former SecDefs and retired four-stars who opined so vaguely on civil-military “best practices.”
Biden formalizes plan to raise federal workers' pay.
Help us tailor content specifically for you: