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How Pentagon Contracting Is Killing the Military’s Technological Edge

Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” is a quick read compared to some procurements, and far more satisfying.

Election Could Have a Major Impact on DHS Agencies

A new analysis shows how Clinton and Trump might reshape the direction of Homeland Security.

From the Archive: The 9/11 Attacks

During one of the nation's darkest hours, federal employees rose to the occasion.

DHS Exec Aided Foreign Investors with Democratic Ties, IG Found

Witnesses say Alejandro Mayorkas intervened in immigration cases connected to Harry Reid, Terry McAuliffe and others.

DHS Orders Increased Security at Federal Facilities

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said the action was a precautionary step, citing terrorist calls for attacks against the United States.

Pentagon Scraps Afghan Air Fleet for Pennies on the Dollar

After spending $486 million on 20 planes for the Afghan Air Force, the Pentagon sold 16 for just $32,000.

The Trouble With Defense Acquisition May Be the Workforce

Too often, contracts are left to 'managers for whom it is merely one step in a career path directed elsewhere,' an expert tells Senate investigators in recent report.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry Orders National Guard Troops to Border

Federal agencies have struggled to deal with the crisis, which has been brewing for months.

Army Investigates Sex Abuse Program Coordinator for Sexual Assault

Senior enlisted soldier at Fort Hood was an equal opportunity advisor.

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