DOD said that specifics on how its new strategic guidance will affect spending will emerge in the weeks ahead.
Veterans of the Persian Gulf War will start 2012 with five additional years in which to qualify for Department of Veterans Affairs benefits for undiagnosed illnesses.
The Air Force announced this month that it is offering its civilian employees a second round of early outs and buyouts beginning Jan. 9.
A study shows an increase in the number of reported sexual assaults at the government’s military service academies.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that all of its 152 medical centers are now on Facebook.
The Defense Department last week posted basic allowance for housing (BAH) rates for 2012.
The House on Dec. 16 passed compromise appropriations legislation to fund the government for the remainder of the fiscal year.
The Army announced it would move ahead with plans to cut the size of its civilian workforce by nearly 9,000 positions.
The VA is offering on-demand access to veterans' official training and experience data.
A 20 percent reduction in the size of the Defense Department’s civilian workforce by the end of fiscal 2013? One former Pentagon official says it could be a possibility.