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07/15/2022
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Exiting DIU director urges Pentagon to refresh how it adopts commercial tech for future wars

In the months leading up to his exit as director of the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Unit, Mike Brown and his team are helping get commercial technology into the hands of Ukrainians on the frontlines, who are skillfully deploying drones, artificial intelligence and other off-the-shelf solutions from American companies to combat Russian invaders. Brandi Vincent has the story.


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DHS board: No one used software inventories to find vulnerable Log4j deployments

None of the nearly 80 organizations that the DHS Cyber Safety Review Board canvassed for its first report, including many federal agencies, used software inventories to find vulnerable Log4j deployments. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Watchdog greenlights partial repayment for TMF projects

Agencies must pay back some, but not necessarily all, of the funds they receive from the Technology Modernization Fund for IT and cybersecurity projects, according to a Government Accountability Office decision issued Thursday. Dave Nyczepir has this also.


DOD schedules industry day for rapid defense experimentation initiative

Department of Defense officials will meet with members of industry on July 26 to discuss plans for its Rapid Defense Experimentation Reserve project, which is aimed at expediting the delivery of new warfighting capabilities to combatant commanders, the Pentagon announced Thursday. Jon Harper has the details.


Women account for 27% of federal tech workforce, EEOC study finds

Women make up just 26.9% of the federal technology workforce, according to a new study by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


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