The Government Accountability Office has sided with Oracle in a high-stakes bid protest for the government's $10 billion cloud computing effort, complicating the Pentagon's efforts to build a department-wide cloud computing system designed to enable new weapons capabilities.
Unions said Boeing failed to make pilots aware of a key safety feature in 737 MAX 8 planes.
The bank has said it will open its first six branches in the Greater Washington Area and hire 80 employees by year-end.
"We know that we don’t have this issue with the deficit hawks moving forward...we're actually very, very optimistic," Raytheon chief executive Thomas Kennedy told investors Wednesday.
A report released Monday found hundreds of recently retired high-level military officials taking jobs with defense contractors.
Samsung is embarking on a major effort to expand its federal business at a time when the U.S. military is trying to harness innovations from the consumer tech world.
A 1994 law forbids employers from discriminating against Air National Guard members and Air Force Reservists based on their military status, even when tours of duty interfere with their employment. Managers at military tech giant L3 regularly violated that law, plaintiffs allege in a newly unsealed class action lawsuit.
A recently delivered Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed off the coast of Indonesia on Monday, and all aboard were presumed dead.
In a pair of anonymous op-eds posted on the website Medium, people purporting to be Microsoft and Amazon employees criticized their employers' decision to lend artificial intelligence to the U.S. military. Weeks later, executives from both companies offered spirited defenses of their own national security work.
The law would make it easier for the government to spend more money at online retailers, such as Amazon, Grainger and Home Depot.