President Donald Trump’s Federal hiring freeze on all non-military and public safety positions met with almost immediate condemnation from Federal employee unions. But analysts worry about the impact the freeze could have on the ability of agencies to bring in new technology talent.
Outgoing Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Frank Kendall during his final public appearance said the only measurement that really counts in DoD acquisitions is if the things the Pentagon buys increase the combat capabilities of the military.
What’s really behind President-elect Donald Trump’s very public rebuke of national intelligence agencies? It has very little to do with the intelligence collected on Russian hacking activities. What Americans are watching play out 140 characters at a time is a distasteful game of political retribution orchestrated by Trump’s pick for national security adviser, retired Army Gen. Michael Flynn.