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U.S. Global Media Agency Launches Farsi Service to Reach Iranians

September 18, 2018 by · Comment
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Newly renamed broadcasting board also anticipates first fully empowered CEO.

Homeland Security Chief Previews Toughened ‘Resiliency Agenda’

September 5, 2018 by · Comment
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Trump administration declares end to “days of cyber surrender.”

Army Sergeant Who Swore Allegiance to ISIS Caught in FBI Sting

The guilty plea from a Hawaii-based soldier includes at least 25 years in prison.

Accounting Board Sides with Secrecy Hawks on Classified Defense Spending

Intelligence agencies clash with IG on whether to keep more numbers from public.

‘Trump Will Get his Wall,’ Says Senator

White House mobilizes defense of ICE and border protection agencies.

National Intel Office Restructures to Improve Operations

The ODNI stood up four new directorates to better develop the workforce and integrate intelligence, and improve decision-making.

Pentagon Watchdog to Examine Sexual Harassment at Defense Schools

Senate committee requested review as part of family readiness push.

Deputy Commander in Iraq Misused Staff for Personal Tasks

IG absolves Brig. Gen. Rick Uribe of charges he wore unearned medals and skipped weigh-ins.

Army Incurred Costly Delays on Construction of Texas Hospital

Pentagon watchdog says an additional $32.1 million was needed to fix design deficiencies.

Army Incurred Costly Delays on Construction of Texas Hospital

Pentagon watchdog says and additional $32.1 million was needed to fix design deficiencies.

Secret Service Blames Late Data Entry for Accused Murderer Working in White House

Democratic lawmaker presses Trump chief of staff on contractor’s security clearance.

Secret Service Blames Late Data Entry for Accused Murderer Working in White House

Democratic lawmaker presses Trump chief of staff on contractor’s security clearance.

Pentagon Needs More Accurate Cash Management, Watchdog Warns

Defense chief financial officer disagrees with proposal for multiple-agency approvals.

Pentagon Needs More Accurate Cash Management, Watchdog Warns

Defense chief financial officer disagrees with proposal for multiple-agency approvals.

Pentagon Still Lacks Accurate Property Inventory, Says Watchdog

DoD avoids language that might alarm communities worried about a new BRAC.

Pentagon Still Lacks Accurate Property Inventory, Says Watchdog

DoD avoids language that might alarm communities worried about a new BRAC.

House Passes Defense Authorization With Significant Headquarters Cuts

It includes a 25 percent funding cut for activities such as human resources, services contracts and real property management.

House Passes Defense Authorization With Significant Headquarters Cuts

It includes a 25 percent funding cut for activities such as human resources, services contracts and real property management.

Officials Mishandled Trans-Africa Airlift Contract, Pentagon Watchdog Finds

U.S. Africa Command failed to perform a key review required for the $900 million deal.

Pentagon Shows Bumpy Progress Toward Curbing Improper Payments

Watchdog hones in on failure to meet four out of six statutory requirements.

U.S. Progress in Rebuilding Afghanistan Detectable Amid Tragedy

Still, watchdog’s quarterly report says the country “has not become a post-conflict nation.”

Lawmaker’s Plan to Trim Pentagon’s Back Office Hits Headwinds

Thornberry’s draft reorganization bills seen as good step toward economies, but simplistic.

Many Pentagon Offices Would Relocate or Vanish Under Thornberry Plan

House Armed Services chair would streamline “4th Estate” to create efficiency.

Pentagon’s Delayed Report On Services Contracts Draws Union Ire

The Defense Department says the required documents that detail spending are “at the printer.”

Pentagon Managers Defend $1 Billion Price Tag of Largest Audit Ever

Timeline for results encourages lawmakers seeking defense budget reforms.

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