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Oak Ridge National Lab officials view new innovation push as modern day 'Manhattan Project'

The U.S. government has perhaps its best chance in recent decades to drive technological innovation, Oak Ridge National Laboratory officials told leaders of the departments of Defense and Energy on Wednesday, with some likening it to the push for new capabilities during the World War II era. Brandi Vincent has the story.

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Hicks grapples with deficiencies in Pentagon's R&D infrastructure

After visiting the Air Force Research Lab on Wednesday during a multi-state trip to observe military-related technology pursuits, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks confirmed that she’s keen to help drive the modernization of the research and development facilities that the DOD relies on for next-generation capabilities. Brandi Vincent has this also.

Library of Congress launches key module for new copyright records

The first public module within the Library of Congress’ new Enterprise Copyright System launched Aug. 1 and lays the foundation for future components intended to support its entire copyright services ecosystem. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

JADC2 about much more than interconnected systems, Joint Staff’s No. 2 IT official says

If the Pentagon’s new vision for fighting, which seeks to better connect sensors and shooters on the battlefield, is merely about the systems, it will fail, according to a top Pentagon IT official. Mark Pomerleau has the story.

Next phase of Army EW planning tool to focus on GPS denied environments

The next phase of an Army electronic warfare tool to help visualize and plan operations in the invisible electromagnetic spectrum will focus on resilience in GPS denied environments. Mark Pomerleau has this also.

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