New DoD Websites Focus on Research and Engineering Efforts

Jeff Brody

The Department of Defense has opened two new websites designed to inform the public on research and engineering efforts. The Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for R&E’s directorate for research and technology launched a website that features DoD’s latest R&T programs, the department said Tuesday.

The R&T-focused website features content related to U.S. technological superiority, DoD laboratories, government-supported research institutions and activities to build the department’s scientific workforce.

Meanwhile, the office’s R&E advanced capabilities directorate opened a website focused on funding, development and transitioning defense technologies for operational sustainment. The two websites support the office’s goal to bolster DoD’s technological dominance.

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