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Corruption-based allegations can be crippling for any company.
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A prime contractor is responsible for managing its subcontractors, but there is little authority to clarify what exactly that management obligation entails.
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The Army's UH-60 Black Hawk program recently hit a key milestone.
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Boeing is stepping up to add capabilities and longevity to older F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets.
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The Pentagon and the armed services are unprepared to take advantage of advances in the commercial satellite industry.
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Trump's Buildup: Easier Said Than Done
The Trump Administration is learning that campaign assertions are relatively easy.
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Trump's Budget Creates Dilemma for Army
Only months ago, the U.S. Army was contemplating a future of decline.
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Retired Army Colonel Takes On Silicon Valley
As DIUx was setting up shop, a retired Army colonel was already on the ground in Silicon Valley, hitting the pavement and trying to broker deals between startups and the Defense Department.
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