The NDAA is requiring harsher career penalties for general officers and senior civilians convicted of sexual assault or other serious crimes.
Young marijuana smokers of the world, rejoice. The Army’s need to fill its expanding ranks means that your pot habit is not an automatic disqualifier for service.
The military world is all abuzz right now regarding the DoD’s change to the transferability rules of the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Here’s what you need to know, and what you should do.
The Institute for Defense Analyses has been a government research partner since 1956. The objectivity of their research may be the foundation of their success.
Some are asking – wouldn’t former CIA Director John Brennan and other officials have some sort of ‘due process’ rights to prove their own cases and retain their security clearances?
Pres. Trump is considering revoking the clearances of John Brennan, James Comey, Andy McCabe and other Obama-era officials. But how much access to information do these officials really still have?
After several years of relatively flat salaries, government shutdowns and salary freezes, salaries for security-cleared workers are beginning to heat up.
Major changes are coming to the security clearance process. A recent White House announcement proposes moving the entire background investigations function to the Department of Defense. What do we already know, and what do we need to find out?
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