Why DoD has so much trouble delivering new weapons to the front lines

Weapons take too long to develop and field. Dozens of Defense Department acquisition programs are late, slow or over budget.

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Federal duplication and overlap: same story, bigger numbers

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The original CMMC program was missing one key component — Here’s how the newly proposed rule should fix that

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Zero trust for weapons systems will be a ‘heavy lift’ for DoD

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DoD to automate assessment of zero trust implementation plans

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Pentagon’s reproductive healthcare policy used 12 times from June to December

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Pentagon’s CDAO wraps up ninth iteration of GIDE

CDAO’s GIDE 9 successfully demonstrated a “completely vendor-agnostic” data integration layer for the first time.

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Who enforces software licenses when sold through reseller?

An issue of costly importance in Federal Circuit Court, namely, when you buy software through a reseller, who can enforce the end user license agreement?

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DoD award lead times increased for higher value contracts

The military services have been able to reduce contract award times, but DoD lacks department-wide understanding of changes.

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