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Defense Department dead serious about cybersecurity

Zero trust cybersecurity is on everyone’s mind these days, who is responsible for an information system.

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DoD to evaluate zero trust products as part of run up to 2027 deadline

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Growth of OTAs, corresponding myths gave DoD plenty of reason to update its guide

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National Guard photo by Keith KeelHURLBURT FIELD, Fla. - The 505th Command and Control Wing graduated the fifth class of Multi-Domain Warfare Officers, also known by their Air Force Specialty Code-designator “Thirteen Oscar”, during a livestreamed ceremony at Hurlburt Field, Florida, Nov. 19. The Multi-Domain Warfare Officer career field was created in line with the Chief of Staff of the Air Force's vision to develop dedicated operational-level command and control, or C2, experts responsible for integrating joint and coalition capabilities across multiple warfighting domains.

How and why the U.S. military culture is changing and why it matters

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Five things contractors need to know about the Defense authorization bill

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(Associated Press Photo)Government Accountability Office, federal budget oversight

Better data protests could benefit, agencies, vendors alike

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Members of the U.S. Navy stand on the USS Delaware, Virginia-class fast-attack submarine, during a commissioning ceremony at the Port of Wilmington in Wilmington, Del., Saturday, April 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Navy continues to address submarine workforce challenges

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Army turning lessons learned from 11 software pathway pilots into new policies

Gabe Camarillo, the undersecretary of the Army, said to create a culture of continuous improvement, the Army needs to institutionalize how it buys, develops…

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(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)An aerial view of the Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia.

DoD to release first industrial strategy by end of year

“DoD is deeply committed to building domestic capacity and capability and growing our economy, creating U.S. jobs and strengthening our national security,”…

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In this image provided by the U.S. Air Force, Senior Airman Zachary Kline, 436th Aerial Port Squadron cargo processor, palletizes ammunition, weapons and other equipment bound for Ukraine during a foreign military sales mission at Dover Air Force Base, Del., Jan. 21, 2022. Since 2014, the U.S. has committed more than $5.4 billion in total assistance to Ukraine, including security and non-security assistance.(Mauricio Campino/U.S. Air Force via AP)

Development of better military explosives and propellants never ceases

The National Armaments Consortium is a coalition of industry groups, whose members work on the next generation of ordnance and the energetics that power them.

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