In light of the projected security environment, conduct a comprehensive study of the roles and structure of the Army, and policy assumptions related to the size and force mixture of the Army, in order [...]...
The FY15 NDAA established a national Commission to examine how the Army needs to structured and funded to meet expected future national security demands.
In 2014 the flow of unaccompanied alien children into the US spiked. This GAO report checked up on what US government agencies have been doing to mitigate this spike from happening again. The explanation provided in the report does not seem to make sense. The rate of unaccompanied children has dropped off, but the US Government is unsure why that has happened. DHS gets hit again for ineffective program evaluation.
It is our hope that Washington and Moscow can overcome their current impasse. But theory and evidence point to a sobering conclusion: Neither side can make the concessions necessary to resolve their current differences and prevent relations from deteriorating even further.
BROOKINGS paper suggests a back to the future scenario for US-Russian relations.
Hard to believe, but despite all the talk about needs for space resilience there are not requirements for responsive launch. How resilient can a satellite constellation be if there is no way to get replacement satellites into orbit in a timely fashion?
GAO gets back to the reason it is in business with this report. GAO ignores that modern technology often will cost more than expected, and that the uncertain budgets driven by political processes will continue to effect schedules and quantities.
GAO report says Defense acquisition reform has made little to no difference in the difficulties in getting good weapons system cost estimates, realistic schedules, and advanced capabilities. No mention is made of the effect of annual budget uncertainty created by a non-functioning Congress. GAO is, after all, not independent enough to bite the hand that feeds it.
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