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Senators want Pentagon to create new JADC2 joint force headquarters

The Senate Armed Services Committee is pushing for additional funding for the Pentagon’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) initiative, and the creation of a new joint force headquarters for the effort. Read more on the proposal.


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GAO denies GDIT’s protest of $11B Defense Enclave Services contract award

The Government Accountability Office has rejected a bid protest of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) decision to award a mega contract to Leidos for a key Pentagon IT program. Jon Harper has the scoop.


New intel program will tap AI to help personnel ‘walk through’ unfamiliar areas before they arrive

The intelligence community’s primary research arm launched a new program to develop software algorithm-based systems that will fuse imagery captured from various altitudes and angles — including from traffic cameras, drones, satellites and other platforms — to build immersive, photorealistic virtual environments of unfamiliar locations across the globe. Brandi Vincent has more.


Satellite communications seeing an ‘explosion of activity’ during Ukraine war

The war in Ukraine has catalyzed an “explosion of activity” for military and commercial satellite communications capabilities, according to a top IT officer at U.S. European Command. More from Mark Pomerleau.


For resiliency, the Army may look to rely more on commercial systems than SIPRNet, NIPRNet

The Army’s top IT official recently questioned the utility of the service’s current classified and unclassified network configurations and instead pointed to the possibility of relying on commercial systems that could be more resilient in future conflicts against sophisticated adversaries. Mark has this too.


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