The Army’s budgets and programs are focused on high-end combat capabilities with near-peer adversaries. While upgrades to its existing systems will be the short-term trend, investments in modernization and cutting-edge technologies will become increasingly important.
Northrop Grumman Corp.’s announcement this week that it had agreed to pay $7.8 billion to buy Orbital ATK Inc. could already be triggering a wave of market consolidation as other companies push to compete with Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX).
A recent U.S. Department of Defense document could signal opportunities to supply advanced technologies that will make the difference in future wars.
Pentagon officials, at the urging of Congress and successive administrations, has been trying for years to operate more like a business to cut costs and operate more efficiently. They have little to show for those efforts, an analysis by Bloomberg Government shows.
Congress and President Donald Trump face an April 28 deadline for enacting legislation to fund the government for the remainder of fiscal 2017. Here’s what government contractors need to know.
President Donald Trump’s plans to shrink the government may hit major obstacles in both Congress and the courts, thanks to a 1970’s era law.
President Donald Trump is requesting a big boost to military spending in the fiscal 2018 budget request blueprint. Of the proposed $52.3 billion increase for the Pentagon about $27.5 billion will flow to contractors.