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Tony Bertuca December 6, 2022

As Congress haggles over an end-of-year spending deal, the Defense Department has sent lawmakers a $25 billion list of unfunded priorities, including $1.26 billion to bolster the industrial base for critical munitions that could play a role in a future Taiwan-China conflict scenario, according to an interview with a senior Pentagon official and a document obtained Inside Defense.

Dan Schere December 7, 2022

The Army and the Defense Innovation Unit have awarded a two-year, $49 million contract to Kodiak Robotics and Applied Intuition to prototype software for the service's Robotic Combat Vehicle program, the departments announced on Tuesday.

Michael Marrow December 6, 2022

The National Defense Strategy released by the Biden administration in October depends on space to meet its primary goals, a top official said Tuesday.

Nick Wilson December 6, 2022

The Marine Corps and Navy are working together on new concepts for 21st century amphibious operations, with a special focus on overcoming emerging adversarial capabilities, according to the commanding general of the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory.

Audrey Decker December 6, 2022

SIMI VALLEY, CA -- After fighting ground wars for the past 20 years, the Pentagon has pivoted its focus to the Pacific but is playing catch-up to increase the number of U.S. shipyards needed to expand capacity for programs the Navy hopes to grow, such as the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer and Virginia-class submarine.

Tony Bertuca December 5, 2022

The Defense Department is warning Congress that a host of national security programs will be damaged if lawmakers fail to pass a fiscal year 2023 spending bill and opt for a long-term, stopgap continuing resolution.

Number of registered consultants at Cyber AB declines as rulemaking process continues

The accreditation body behind the Pentagon's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program is touting its progress over the past year in growing the CMMC ecosystem, while noting the number of consultants registered with the non-profit has declined due to ongoing work at the Defense Department to finalize regulations and kick off the formal program.

Marine Corps drafting new concepts for amphibious operations

The Marine Corps and Navy are working together on new concepts for 21st century amphibious operations, with a special focus on overcoming emerging adversarial capabilities, according to the commanding general of the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory.

Number of registered consultants at Cyber AB declines as rulemaking process continues

The accreditation body behind the Pentagon's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program is touting its progress over the past year in growing the CMMC ecosystem, while noting the number of consultants registered with the non-profit has declined due to ongoing work at the Defense Department to finalize regulations and kick off the formal program.