Tag Archives: nuclear enterprise

Gen. David Goldfein on Air Force’s Joint All-Domain C2, Ground-Based Strategic Deterrent Programs

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Gen. David Goldfein, chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force and a 2020 Wash100 Award winner, told the National Defense magazine in an interview that he's pleased that industry partners believe that the service’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control program has "staying power."

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GAO: DoD Must Improve Monitoring, Sustainment of Nuclear Programs

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The Government Accountability Office has found that while the Department of Defense made progress in implementing recommendations for improving its nuclear program reviews, the department is yet to deploy key tracking tools to ensure transparency.

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GAO Recommends That DoD Clarify Responsibilities, Practices for Nuclear Enterprise Review Oversight

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The Government Accountability Office has recommended that the Defense Department further define the roles, responsibilities and methods for communication and collaboration for groups tasked to address challenges in the oversight for the nuclear enterprise.

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Gen. Paul Selva Calls for US Nuclear Enterprise Modernization

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U.S. Air Force Gen. Paul Selva, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said during an Air Force Association breakfast event held Friday the military needs to recapitalize and modernize the U.S. nuclear enterprise, DoD News reported Friday. He told event audience that nuclear triad recapitalization efforts should include …

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DoD IG Report Lists Top Department Mgmt Challenges for FY 2018

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The Defense Department Office of the Inspector General has released a report that outlines the top management and performance challenges that DoD currently faces. DoD IG said Nov. 20 it determined the challenges based on the office’s oversight work, research and judgement, oversight work from other DoD components, oversight missions from …

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Chuck Hagel: DoD Process Reform Push to Continue Amid Int’l Conflicts

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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has indicated that the military will move forward with planned reforms to some of its operations and processes amid recent international incidents, Defense News reported Monday. Marcus Weisgerber writes that the proposed reforms will focus on defense acquisition, military healthcare, weapon investments, the nuclear enterprise and the military size, …

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