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DoD group partnering with industrial base to look for cyber vulnerabilities

Deep in the Defense Department, a group is partnering with industry to create a window into the cyber vulnerabilities of the defense industrial base.

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Pentagon CMMC review aims to address small biz cost concerns, ‘restore trust’ in assessment processes

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DoD’s plan for contractor cybersecurity lacks a few things, money’s only one of them

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(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)FILE - This March 27, 2008 file photo shows the Pentagon in Washington. In a first for the Pentagon's push to develop defenses against intercontinental-range ballistic missiles capable of striking the United States, a missile interceptor launched from a U.S. Navy ship at sea hit and destroyed a mock ICBM in flight on Tuesday, officials said. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)

Pentagon reveals first contracts to serve as pathfinders for CMMC

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Pentagon ready to name first 15 ‘pathfinder’ contracts for CMMC

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What did the Pentagon spend its coronavirus relief on?

The chairs of three House committees are looking into allegations that the Defense Department misspent about $1 billion in coronavirus relief funding.

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Gearing up for great power competition also helped the Air Force prepare for COVID-19

The Air Force’s top acquisition official said reforms that were initiated long before a pandemic was on the horizon went a long way toward dealing with…

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In this 1962 photo, Civil Rights leader Lincoln Ragsdale and supporters march on the Arizona state capitol for the desegregation of public places with the public accommodation bill prior to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Phoenix’s past segregation has been in focus after last month’s national outrage over a videotaped encounter of police pointing guns and cursing at a black family.  (Lincoln Ragsdale Jr/Matthew Whitaker Photographs, University Archives, Arizona State University Library via AP)

Teleworking NARA employees stay busy making Black history records accessible

In today’s Federal Newscast, National Archives and Records Administration employees have spent the pandemic making Black history records more accessible to the public.

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