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James Geurts Announces Navy’s Tech Accelerator Program at West 2019

James Geurts, assistant secretary of the U.S. Navy for research, development and acquisition, officially announced the formation of a technology accelerator program at West 2019 in San Diego called NavalX, C4ISRNET reported Friday. NavalX, also known as Naval Expedition, seeks to facilitate collaboration between industry and military personnel and develop platforms designed to make the service more agile.

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Army Releases Updated Future Fighting Concept

The U.S. Army has launched the latest iteration of its future operating concept that presents potential measures to counter adversaries’ layered stand-off. The service said Thursday “The U.S. Army in Multi-Domain Operations 2028," also known as MDO Concept 1.5, aligns with interagency efforts and offers recommendations based on experimentation.
 

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Jennifer Walsmith: NSA Eyes Acquisition Innovation Through ‘Skunk Works’ Office, Women-Owned Businesses

Jennifer Walsmith, senior acquisition executive at the National Security Agency, has said NSA has started to establish a “Skunk Works” or rapid innovation office in an effort to introduce novel approaches to its acquisition process, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday. “It’s not for Skunk Works technologies, but rather for Skunk Works just thinking …

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Army Releases RFI for Cyber Electronic Warfare R&D Program

The U.S. Army wants information on contractors who could provide electromagnetic research services to the branch’s Cyber Battle Lab, which is scheduled to start operating in October 2015. The Army Contracting Command published a sources sought notice on Oct. 16 and a draft performance work statement that specifies electronic warfare, …

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