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Audrey Decker January 26, 2022

Harnessing the power of data can help alleviate the Navy’s supply chain issues and give predictability to the defense industrial base to avoid "feast or famine" scenarios, according to a service official.

Tony Bertuca January 26, 2022

The Pentagon's Defense Innovation Unit has released a new report highlighting its work to transition emerging technology prototypes to full production deals.

Evan Ochsner January 26, 2022

Facing higher supply costs and lagging funding for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, Oshkosh is anticipating lower revenue in 2022 before seeing revenue increase in 2023 and 2024, company leaders said in a Jan. 26 earnings call.

Ethan Sterenfeld January 26, 2022

Pressure on the Army budget will probably reduce combat vehicle revenue at General Dynamics in the coming years, the company's chief executive said today.

Sara Friedman January 26, 2022

The White House Office of Management and Budget has released a memorandum outlining the government's strategy for moving agencies to using zero trust, which includes a focus on multifactor authentication and industry cybersecurity standards that go beyond personal identity verification.

Audrey Decker January 25, 2022

The Navy is uncertain if it will reach its goal to integrate Link-16 into the MQ-8C Fire Scout fleet by fiscal year 2023, according to a service official.

Oshkosh expecting 2022 to be 'lull' year before bouncing back

Facing higher supply costs and lagging funding for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, Oshkosh is anticipating lower revenue in 2022 before seeing revenue increase in 2023 and 2024, company leaders said in a Jan. 26 earnings call.

Omicron variant causing Electric Boat's highest daily case rates

General Dynamics Electric Boat has experienced 40% of its total coronavirus cases in the last eight weeks fueled by the virus' omicron variant, Electric Boat president Kevin Graney told reporters Monday.

E-7's involvement in Red Flag exercise could help inform Air Force

The head of the Air Force's Warfare Center said the E-7A Wedgetail's involvement in the recently kicked-off Red Flag exercise could help "feed into the lessons" the service reviews as officials look at moving forward with buying the aircraft as a replacement for the aging E-3 Sentry fleet.