Tag Archives: DARPA

Ellen Lord Issues Memo on Temporary Amendment to Delegation of Approval Authority for OTAs

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Ellen Lord, defense undersecretary for acquisition and sustainment and a 2020 Wash100 Award winner, issued a memo on April 5 to announce the changes made to the delegation of approval authority for the use of other transaction authorities for prototype agreements and follow-on production contracts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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DoD Eyes Commercial, Nat’l Security Transition for Space Tech Under ‘Hallmark’ Program

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The Department of Defense (DoD) is coordinating with national security organizations and commercial entities as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency prepares to conclude its research and development program for space situational awareness technologies this year.

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CORAS Appoints Corey Gersten as VP of DoD Sales to Enhance Departmental Organization; Dan Naselius Quoted

Corey Gersten has joined CORAS as vice president of Department of Defense (DoD) Sales to develop important relationships and knowledge of departmental organization, the company announced on Thursday

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DARPA Seeks to Use Atmosphere as Geolocation Sensor

The Defense Advanced Projects Agency is pursuing an effort to study the atmosphere's feasibility for use as a geolocation sensor. DARPA said Thursday its Atmosphere as a Sensor or AtmoSense program aims to determine whether the atmosphere can function as a global detector for catastrophes and incidents on or over Earth.

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DARPA Launches Program to Address RF Signal Interference

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has announced an effort to boost the defenses of wideband radio frequency receivers against interference. The Wideband Adaptive RF Protection and or WARP program would develop filter and cancellation technologies that selectively block interference signals, DARPA said Wednesday.

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