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DARPA Adds Biological, Defense, Info Research in Web Catalog; Chris White Comments

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has expanded its research web portal to include additional peer-reviewed publications, other research materials and open source software from three DARPA offices. Research from the Biological Technologies Office, Defense Sciences Office and Information Innovation Office are now available through the DARPA Open Catalog as part …

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National Guard to Form Cyber Protection Teams for DoD Cyber Operations

The U.S. National Guard is planning to establish cyber teams across the country after the Defense Department indicated cyberspace operations as one of its priorities amid a declining budget, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday. Jared Serbu writes that National Guard Bureau Chief Gen. Frank Grass has called for the creation of cyber units from the …

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Jack Blackhurst: DoD Aims to Help Gov’t, Industry Dialogue Through Innovation Marketplace Website

The Defense Department has been using the Web to interact and exchange information with industry on needed technology and ongoing research and development work, Defense News reported Tuesday. Marcus Weisgerber writes that the Defense Innovation Marketplace website works to help Pentagon officials and contractors securely discuss potential technology opportunities. “We’re trying to take a …

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Maj. Gen. David Thompson: DoD Space Object Tracking Website Forecasts Movements

Air Force Maj. Gen. David Thompson, plans and policy director at the U.S. Strategic Command, has outlined the new information features of a Defense Department website that are designed to track so-called “objects of unknown origin.” Amaani Lyle reported Monday for DoD News that Space-Track.org includes information on the location of space debris to help satellite owners …

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Craig Brower: NGA Eyes Single GEOINT Platform Through ‘Map of the World’

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is working with BAE Systems to develop a “map of the world” that contains geographic-based intelligence and integrates many types of information from sources in the intelligence community, Defense Systems reported Monday. NGA wants to leverage navigation data sets, GEOINT and imagery to deliver a “common frame of reference throughout the …

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Dawn Cutler Promoted to Navy Info Chief, Rear Admiral Rank

Capt. Dawn Cutler, deputy chief of information of the U.S. Navy, has been formally promoted to the chief of information post and to the rank of rear admiral (lower half), the Defense Department announced Tuesday. Cutler, who was nominated by President Barack Obama for the role of information chief, was confirmed …

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