Inside the Pentagon highlights

By Tony Bertuca  
October 26, 2017 at 10:33 AM

Here are some must-reads from this week's edition of Inside the Pentagon:

1. The Pentagon is pushing back against Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain's (R-AZ) effort to make the military more responsible for responding to cyberattacks against the United States, with a senior Defense Department official arguing it would distract DOD and upset the balance of civil-military authorities.

Full story: Pentagon pushes back on McCain's new cyber doctrine

2. As Congress and the Section 809 panel are weighing whether the bid protest process should be changed, a senior Government Accountability Office official said protests remain important and shouldn't be viewed as impediments.

Full story: As Congress pursues protest changes, GAO official defends process

3. As Congress and the Section 809 panel are weighing whether the bid protest process should be changed, a senior Government Accountability Office official said protests remain important and shouldn't be viewed as impediments.

Full story: As Congress pursues protest changes, GAO official defends process

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