Senate bill increases CYBERCOM's budget, adds new conditions to end 'dual-hat' relationship

June 14, 2019 at 11:40 AM
New Senate legislation would add to the conditions that must be met before the Pentagon can split U.S. Cyber Command from the National Security Agency, while also increasing CYBERCOM's fiscal year 2020 budget and directing a Defense Science Board assessment of future cyber warfighting capabilities. The Senate Armed Services Committee's FY-20 defense authorization bill amends a host of preconditions originally established by the FY-17 National Defense Authorization Act . In 2017, President Trump elevated U.S. Cyber Command to a unified...

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