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After ‘Critical’ CHIPS Act, More Needed To Build Domestic Production, Experts Say​​

Global economics and lack of factory workers are among the factors complicating efforts to bring chip manufacturing back to the United States.

Biden Picks Next Space Force Chief

If confirmed, the missileer and satellite operator would become the newest service’s second leader.

CHIPS' Passage Won't Fill General Dynamics' Short-term Chip Needs

The company's Mission Systems arm feels the semiconductor supply crunch more than its others.

A Navy Cyber Effort Is Fixing Thousands of Holes—and Building Tech Talent

A 10th Fleet operation gives tech-curious reservists some training and a real-world mission.

The Biden Administration Wants To Standardize How the U.S. Conducts Cyber Operations

The White House is reviewing a Trump administration policy that made it easier for U.S. Cyber Command to conduct offensive cyber operations.

Tempest Tabula Rasa: UK’s Next-Gen Fighter Cockpit Has No Instruments, Yet

BAE suggests under-development avionics architecture could influence other aircraft as well.

Hypersonic Missile-Tracking Satellites Greenlit For Development

The Space Development Agency awarded L3Harris and Northrop Grumman $1.3 billion in contracts to deliver prototypes that track quick-maneuvering hypersonic missiles in flight.

A Look At Tech Amendments In The 2023 House NDAA

The bill, which boasted several hundred amendments, has provisions that touch on cyber education, spectrum, and satellites.

New Top Coastie Wants More Data Tools to Help Leaders Make Decisions

Adm. Linda Fagan’s “highest priority” is transforming the service’s talent management system.

Space Runs on Open Source Software. The US Air Force Is Fine With That

Commercial space players don’t have the same security concerns as the Pentagon, but that doesn’t mean they can’t share code.

Army’s New Plan to ‘Transform’ Soldier Health Care with Technology

Service leaders will boost research into synthetic blood, quantum computing, and more.

Fight With Information, Not Just Munitions, Marine Corps Tells Commanders

A new doctrinal document asks Marines to consider information warfare as they build their battle plans.

New Air Force Space Buyer Eyes Fixed-Price Contracts

Frank Calvelli, assistant secretary for Space Acquisition and Integration, said it's "not a bad approach for space things" and could help keep acquisitions on time.

Major Pentagon IT Projects Lack Plans to Secure Networks, Supply Chains: GAO

Watchdog also noted cost increases among most of the Defense Department's top 25 IT efforts.

Understanding DOD’s ‘data decrees’: How the network can support a data-centric organization

By creating trust workflows at the tactical edge, ensuring infrastructure can support data sharing at scale and accelerating the velocity of data analytics, DOD can ensure information is in the hands of military strategists and warfighters in real time.

Lack of Space National Guard Could Hurt Training, Recruiting

Guardsmen in space-related jobs have trouble getting into Space Force schools, leaders say.

How Much Does Bad Software Cost DOD? Lawmakers Want to Know

The House Armed Services Committee's version of the defense authorization act is getting a provision asking the Pentagon to account for wasted money and lost productivity caused by poorly performing software.