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Ethan Sterenfeld January 25, 2021

Gen. John Murray, the leader of Army Futures Command, remains optimistic that the Army's modernization priorities could still be accomplished if Pentagon budgets are cut.

Marjorie Censer January 25, 2021

The chief executive of Huntington Ingalls Industries says the company, which has made multiple unmanned acquisitions in recent years, will continue to keep spending in the area.

Jason Sherman January 22, 2021

The Missile Defense Agency has selected Northrop Grumman to join L3Harris Technologies for the next phase of the Hypersonic and Ballistic Tracking Space Senor project, a move that bumps Raytheon and Leidos from a contest to develop a next-generation, orbiting, infrared system to track ultrafast and maneuvering threats from launch to impact.

Jaspreet Gill January 22, 2021

The Army's new chief information officer plans to put together a digital strategy and establish several mandates related to budget reform, among other initiatives starting this year.

Aidan Quigley January 21, 2021

The Navy has stopped receipt of Freedom-class Littoral Combat Ships from shipbuilder Lockheed Martin after identifying a "material defect" with the ship's combining gear.

Tony Bertuca January 21, 2021

The Defense Department has only obligated around 40% of the $3.6 billion in military construction funds former President Trump seized to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a government document, raising questions about how the new Biden administration, which has halted the wall project, could return the money to the Pentagon.

Biden announces new 'Buy American' agenda

President Biden will sign an executive order today seeking to "reset" the U.S. government's approach to "domestic preferences" when it comes to manufacturing, according to a White House announcement.

Navy stopping delivery of Freedom-class LCS after combining gear issue

The Navy has stopped receipt of Freedom-class Littoral Combat Ships from shipbuilder Lockheed Martin after identifying a "material defect" with the ship's combining gear.

Parsons team submits proposal for $953 million Air Force base defense contract

A Parsons-led industry team has submitted a proposal for a $953 million contract to strengthen U.S. Air Force base defense in Europe and Africa over 10 years, according to a press statement the company released today.

FCC rejects request to stay Ligado order

The Federal Communications Commission voted last night to reject a request from federal agencies to stall the controversial order allowing Ligado Networks to deploy a terrestrial network in the lower band of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Huntington Ingalls CEO says unmanned market requires continued investment

The chief executive of Huntington Ingalls Industries says the company, which has made multiple unmanned acquisitions in recent years, will continue to keep spending in the area.

Murray: Modernization priorities to stay the same, even if budget is cut

Gen. John Murray, the leader of Army Futures Command, remains optimistic that the Army's modernization priorities could still be accomplished if Pentagon budgets are cut.