This Friday INSIDER Daily Digest has coverage of a new Defense Science Board report on quantum technologies, Boeing's efforts to protect its technical data, the Pentagon's acquisition appeals process and more.
The Defense Science Board has released a redacted report on quantum technologies:
An influential advisory board says the Pentagon must "vigorously" pursue three quantum technology areas with particular military potential.
Document: DSB report on quantum technologies
Boeing has support from the Professional Services Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over the company's dispute with the government on Boeing's effort to protect its technical data:
The Professional Services Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are seeking to bolster a case filed by Boeing over markings intended to protect the company's technical data.
Deputy Defense Secretary David Norquist recently issued a memo on the acquisition appeals process:
The Defense Department's No. 2 official has issued new guidance to clarify "acquisition roles and responsibilities" after recent congressional reforms led to Pentagon infighting regarding the oversight and management of DOD weapons programs.
Document: DOD memo on acquisition appeals process
The Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center's Cross Mission Ground and Communications Enterprise is developing Enterprise Ground Services to provide a common architecture for satellite command and control:
The Space and Missile Systems Center has developed an initial roadmap for transitioning space programs to a new Enterprise Ground Services architecture by 2028.
The V-280 Valor tiltrotor aircraft recently demonstrated that it could be flown autonomously:
ARLINGTON, TX -- Bell Flight demonstrated its V-280 Valor tiltrotor aircraft's autonomous flying capabilities on Jan. 8 during a piloted demonstration here at the company's flight research center.