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Jaspreet Gill September 30, 2020

The Army today released its Small Unmanned Aircraft System Strategy, detailing how the service will align resources and make decisions to facilitate tactical overmatch using the aircraft through 2035.

Courtney Albon September 30, 2020

The Defense Department and Lockheed Martin have reached a handshake agreement on compensation for issues related to the company's F-35 spare parts delivery -- a deal that, when finalized, will require the company to return about $70.5 million.

Sara Friedman September 30, 2020

An interim rule released this week by the Pentagon raises issues about the transparency around audit results from assessors and who will have access to the information under the Defense Department's landmark cyber certification program, according to supply chain attorneys.

Tony Bertuca September 30, 2020

Two congressmen behind a new bipartisan report urging significant defense reforms say the Pentagon can either divest legacy weapons in favor of artificial intelligence and unmanned systems, or it can lose the race for technological superiority to China.

Justin Doubleday September 30, 2020

Pentagon officials are encouraging Defense Department organizations to adopt interim cloud computing platforms to meet "urgent" needs without hampering the eventual adoption of Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure environment, which remains on hold in federal court.

After acquisition, Amentum expects DynCorp business units and executives to remain

As Amentum begins planning to integrate DynCorp International, the company's chief executive said he expects DynCorp businesses to become units within Amentum and for top DynCorp executives to join Amentum's leadership team.

Wittman calls for Navy to act faster to address shipyard issues

Rep. Rob Wittman (R-VA) said Wednesday that he believes the Navy needs to move faster to address shipyard issues than the 20-year timeline laid out in the service's Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Plan.

Attorneys say DOD must provide more transparency on audit results from CMMC program

An interim rule released this week by the Pentagon raises issues about the transparency around audit results from assessors and who will have access to the information under the Defense Department's landmark cyber certification program, according to supply chain attorneys.

DOD warned to either divest old weapons or risk losing to China

Two congressmen behind a new bipartisan report urging significant defense reforms say the Pentagon can either divest legacy weapons in favor of artificial intelligence and unmanned systems, or it can lose the race for technological superiority to China.

Army releases Small Unmanned Aircraft System Strategy detailing plans through 2035

The Army today released its Small Unmanned Aircraft System Strategy, detailing how the service will align resources and make decisions to facilitate tactical overmatch using the aircraft through 2035.