The following is the Department of Defense’s annual report to Congress, Military and Security Developments
Involving the People’s Republic of China 2015. The report was released on May 8, 2015. Read More
The following is the April 30, 2015 Congressional Research Service report, Defense Acquisitions: How and Where DOD Spends Its Contracting Dollars. Read More
The following is the Annual Aviation Inventory and Funding Plan issued to Congress as part of the Fiscal Year 2016 Department of Defense budget submission and issued on April 22, 2015. Read More
The following is the April 9, 2015 Better Buying Power 3.0 memo and outline, signed by Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (AT&L)Frank Kendall. Read More
The following documents fact sheet and the 2014 report from the Department of Defense annual Freedom of Navigation program. Read More
The following is the Suicide Event Report (DoDSER), which details the number of suicide attempts and deaths for U.S. service members in 2013. The report was released on Jan. 16, 2014. Read More
The following is Jan. 7, 2014 Department of Defense instruction that outlines the Pentagon’s Better Buying Power initiative. Read More
The following is the trilateral information sharing arrangement concerning the nuclear and missile threats posed by North Korea between the Ministry of National Defense of the Republic of Korea, the Ministry of Defense of Japan and the Department of Defense of the United States of America. The three countries signed the agreement on Dec. 28, 2014. Read More
Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work. DOD Photo
The following is the text of Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work May 14, 2014 message to the Department of Defense workforce.
Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Navy Admiral James A. Winnefeld, Jr. addresses an audience attending the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association(AFCEA) 6th Annual Joint Warfighter IT Day.
The vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has some advice for the Army—struggling with future missions, fewer soldiers, and less money for training and modernization. It sounded very much like what he might say to the Marines: “I’d like to see the Army place more emphasis on the growth industry—protecting American citizens abroad.” Read More