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Marine Corps Sgt. Scott Stalker Assigned to Cybercom as Senior Enlisted Leader

U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sgt. Scott Stalker, senior enlisted adviser for the Defense Intelligence Agency, has been appointed senior enlisted leader for the U.S. Cyber Command. He will succeed U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. David Redmond, the Defense Department announced Monday. Stalker was assigned to DLA in April last year and the first Marine …

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Cybercom Holds Inaugural Industry Day to Discuss Acquisition Priorities

The U.S. Cyber Command held its first industry day on Oct. 27 at a National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency facility in Virginia to discuss with private sector stakeholders Cybercom’s acquisition priorities, the Defense Department reported Wednesday. Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, Cybercom chief, said in a video message that the command and industry should work …

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Cybercom Uses New Authority to Expedite Cyber Tech Procurement

The U.S. Cyber Command has started to use its new acquisition authority to accelerate contract awards for cyber technology products and services. Cybercom issued its first contract through the authority on Sept. 29 for information technology-related research and technical information services that are meant to aid future acquisition decisions, the command said …

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GAO: DoD, Congress Identify Potential Measures to Address NSA-Cybercom Leadership Separation Risks

The Government Accountability Office has reported that the Defense Department and congressional panels have identified possible strategies to mitigate potential risks that may arise if DoD separates the current dual-hat leadership structure of the National Security Agency and Cyber Command. Suggested measures include formalization of NSA-Cybercom collaboration agreements and development of …

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Adm. Michael Rogers Calls for National Dialogue on Use of Digital Tech for SIGINT

U.S. Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, head of the U.S. Cyber Command and National Security Agency, has said a national dialogue is needed to determine whether the government should have access to digital communications to support signals intelligence activities against terrorism, DoD News reported Saturday. Rogers told the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado …

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