Defense Innovation Board to study foreign partnerships and tech adoption incentives

By Georgina DiNardo / January 26, 2024 at 2:23 PM
Following memos from a senior Pentagon official, the Defense Innovation Board today announced two new studies to optimize innovation with U.S. allies and align incentives for faster acquisition and technology adoption. The first study, called “Optimizing How We Innovate with Our Allies and Partners,” focuses on strengthening alliances and partnerships amid growing international challenges that threaten instability to security, prosperity, munitions stockpiles and defense industrial capabilities. “Engaging with our allies and partners enhances the industrial, technological, military, and cultural might...

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