No one spends more on travel for work than the U.S. military. Its mission to modernize how it goes about that has taken a new turn now that the U.S. Department of Defense is looking for its next partners. Defense expects by the end of September to select vendors for travel booking, expense management and travel management company support. The initial work will cover temporary duty business travel, which accounts for more than 40 percent of military travel. DOD spends $1.4 billion annually on commercial air trips.
A big part of the effort is about simplification. The . . .