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Presidential transition delayed Defense Science Board projects by more than a year

Tony Bertuca   | July 11, 2018
The Pentagon’s influential Defense Science Board was tasked to study five key areas in emerging military technology in May 2017, but those efforts were paused following governmental reorganization from the presidential transition. The studies, which have been delayed by more than a year, are now being re-ordered. The studies, which include counter-autonomy , space resiliency , quantum technologies , counterintelligence for " insider threats ," and gaming, exercising, modeling and simulation , were originally ordered in May 2017...

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