Congressman Hoyer calls for support for his Make It In America plan to continue the April boost in the job market.
Investing in smarter drones could determine the future, which includes carriers no matter what, say Navy officials.
A bevy of reports released late last week provide some hopeful budget news for Pax River, but military and cyber warnings from almost everywhere else.
Morning Coffee is a robust blend of links to news around the Internet concerning the Naval Air Station Patuxent River economic community. The opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the Leader’s owners or staff. Joint Chiefs Chairman Dempsey said it’s “impossible” for Pentagon to make $52 billion in sequester cuts to its 2014 budget, reports The Hill. Canada’s wish list: UAVs that can resupply Arctic rescue missions, Defense News says. The Global Observer drone is a dud, Wired says. Government contractors: Time for a heart-to-heart talk with your contracting officer, Washington Technology advises. (paywall) Partnership for Public Service says five agencies have the most serious gaps in job satisfaction between senior leadership…
An uncertain economic outlook doesn’t always keep valued employees at their desks.
Defense contracting giant’s Tuesday earnings report showed expected sequester impact.
But growth fails to offset sequestration uncertainty in military budgets.
Systems agency will scrutinize vendors’ cloud capabilities; cyber and sequester preoccupy Congress, defense officials
Legislation would give execs ability to keep some employees on the job during sequestration trimming.
New defense budget calls for civilian jobs cuts and base closures.