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The first group of soldiers has just completed a course in Dari language and culture. We get details from Dino Pick, commandant of the Defense Language Institute's Foreign Language Center.
The top procurement officer of a Top 100 DoD contractor gives a thumbs up to the newly announced Pentagon acquisition reforms. WFED's Scott Carr reports.
The Boeing Company has received an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract from the U.S. Air Force for B-52 Stratofortress weapon system modernization.
Moving to the Free State as a result of BRAC? Maryland's got a little something for you when you buy a home.
The White House is trying to stop counterfeit supplies from entering the Defense Department's weapons systems, NextGov reports.
Some members of Congress say the over-classification of documents in the intelligence community is causing miscommunication and confusion -- leading to two bills introduced this week targeting over-classification.
With attrition from retirement and other factors, the Army is faced with needing as many as 500 new contracting officials almost every year for the foreseeable future. We get details on the options for dealing with that from the Army's Edward Harrington.
The Pentagon has purchased and destroyed thousands of copies of a book written by an Army Reserve officer. The question is why. The author of the book says it was about revenge.
A lawsuit alleges the software the CIA used to direct drone assassinations in Afghanistan and Pakistan was both faulty and illegally obtained, The Register reports.
The Pentagon's Networks and Information Integration (NII) directorate will close on March 31, 2011.