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The U.S. Air Force spends about $3.6 billion a year on contractors to maintain thousands of aircraft. That amount could grow significantly as the fleet expands and planes age, increasing maintenance demands.
President Donald Trump flew halfway around the world for his hastily arranged second summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, betting that his personal diplomacy could overcome sticking points both sides have known about for years. Now he’s coming home empty-handed. The collapse of talks in Hanoi exposed just how far apart the adversaries are, [...
“I am ashamed because I know what Mr. Trump is,” Cohen intends to tell the committee at a public hearing today, about the man who he once said he’d take a bullet for. “He is a racist. He is a conman. He is a cheat,” Cohen said in the prepared testimony.
The Department of Homeland Security will embark on a 10-year, enterprise-wide cloud computing initiative to modernize its technology infrastructure and improve its cybersecurity posture, according to a Feb. 19 announcement.
Democrats and Republicans in Congress salvaged an agreement on border security spending that depends on President Donald Trump accepting less than he’s been demanding for money to build a wall to avert another government shutdown.
House freshmen harvested a bumper crop of 18 subcommittee chairs as Democratic leaders face pressure to give opportunities to the newcomers who put them in the majority.
The Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs are considering a joint contract for medical professionals that could serve both departments.
Federal spending on health information technology hit a five-year high in fiscal 2018, thanks in large part to increases in electronic health record modernization investments.
The U.S. Army is seeking information about “Autonomous Cyber” capabilities that use artificial intelligence and machine learning to defend its networks and protect its own intelligent systems against sophisticated cyberattacks. In other words, the Army wants to pit AI against AI in cyberspace.
The Trump administration will release a national strategy for artificial intelligence in the spring of 2019, according to a senior White House official.