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Report: Pentagon to Invest $770B in Aircraft Through 2022

The Defense Department plans to spend $770 billion on its aircraft acquisition, maintenance and operation programs between fiscal years 2013 and 2022, Aviation Week reports. The Pentagon sent its 30-year aviation plan to Congress earlier this month and reported that yearly aircraft spending for all military branches will peak at …

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Pentagon Working to Expand Intl Cyber Partnerships; Steven Schleien Comments

The Defense Department has started to broaden its cyber strategy and include international cooperation with allies in cyberspace, the American Forces Press Service reports. Experts from Washington, Russia and the Netherlands spoke at Georgetown University’s International Engagement on Cyber Monday, discussing obstacles that lie in way of international cooperation for cyber efforts. …

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House to Consider Revised Cyber Information Sharing Bill

The House is set to consider a cybersecurity bill at the end of April allowing the government and private sector organizations to share potential threat information, Reuters reports. In a news conference Tuesday, Mike Rogers (R- Mich.) and C.A. ‘Dutch’ Ruppersberger (D- Md.) indicated they aim to expand the pilot …

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GAO Says Pentagon Uses Faulty Data to Count Military Contractors

The government’s watchdog has been keeping tabs on the Defense Department’s personnel reporting methods and use of contractors in recent times. The Government Accountability Office reported on March 21 that the Pentagon does not have a good method to track personnel and operating cost at its headquarters. GAO issued a report …

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Defense CIO Robert Carey Reports IT Strategy Progress

The Defense Department launched its information technology enterprise strategy and roadmap in September and now is working to implement those strategies, Defense Systems reports. Chief Information Officer Rob Carey gave FOSE conference attendees an update of the agency’s progress and strategy on Thursday. The Pentagon wants to give warfighters network access …

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Pentagon Transitioning to New Military Health System

The Defense Department is in the transitional phase of implementing its new military health system, Federal News Radio reports. Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced the new system in early March. Structural changes include establishing a Defense Health Agency, appointing market managers to monitor the system and placing a subordinate …

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Defense Policy Nominee James Miller Outlines Agenda

James Miller, nominee to become the Defense Department’s policy chief, told a Senate panel Monday the U.S.’ plan to transfer responsibilities to Afghan forces is working, American Forces Press Service reports. Miller told the Senate Armed Services Committee he supports President Obama’s troop reduction plan in Afghanistan and would continue …

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