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NTIA Requests Feedback on FirstNet Spectrum Capacity Lease, Grant Application Guide


The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has released preliminary guidance on how states can lease spectrum capacity from the First Network Responder Authority’s proposed nationwide emergency services network. The draft guide published Tuesday in the Federal Register outlines the NTIA’s process to evaluate a state’s application for authority to negotiate a spectrum capacity lease agreement with FirstNet and …

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RAND: VA Generally Offers Comparable Healthcare Quality to Non-VA Systems


A study by California-based nonprofit research organization RAND has found that the Department of Veterans Affairs‘ healthcare system generally delivered care that was “better or equal” in quality compared to non-VA systems. RAND said Monday the study analyzed 10 years’ worth of research and medical literature on the VA health system and noted that there …

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Army Works to Refine Electronic Warfare Strategies; Jeffrey Church Comments

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The U.S. Army has started to polish the service’s electronic warfare tactics, techniques and procedures in an effort to help maintain battlefield operations if a system malfunctions, Defense News reported Friday. Jen Judson writes Col. Jeffrey Church, head of the Army’s electronic warfare division, said one method the military branch uses to address EW issues …

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