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NSA sets 2035 deadline for adoption of post-quantum cryptography across national security systems

The National Security Agency in new guidance Wednesday said it expects the owners and operators of national security systems to start using post-quantum algorithms by 2035. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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Pentagon acquisition chief optimistic — but not certain — that hypersonics will transition into production soon

The Pentagon’s top weapons buyer is optimistic that U.S. hypersonic weapons will finally move into large-scale production in the coming years, but said “the proof will be in the pudding.” Jon Harper has the details.

Maryland federal judge sets timeline for preliminary hearings in DOJ-Booz Allen antitrust lawsuit

A federal judge in Maryland has set out a timeline for pre-trial depositions in the Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Booz Allen Hamilton over the company’s acquisition of signals intelligence technology company EverWatch. John Hewitt Jones has this also.

Air Force to install new manager to oversee next-gen command and control

The Air Force will soon install a new leader to oversee all of its complex command, control and communications initiatives and ultimately empower the military branch to better support the Pentagon’s ambitious vision for a more connected way of conducting warfare, according to Secretary Frank Kendall. Brandi Vincent has the details.

CISA to solicit industry feedback on cybersecurity incident reporting rules

Federal cyber officials will formally ask industry leaders “in the next couple of days” to help shape the regulatory structure for cybersecurity incident reporting, Jen Easterly, director of the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, said Wednesday. Suzanne Smalley has the story.

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DISA director praises agency’s adoption of cloud and agile development

DISA director Sharon Woods and Google Public Sector executive Lynn Martin discuss the agency’s adoption of agile. This is facilitating the delivery of cloud and IT modernization projects in six months and the ability to up-skill the workforce. The two leaders spoke onstage at FedScoop’s recent FedTalks event. Read more highlights from the conversation.

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