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Kurt Wendelken: Naval Supply Systems Command Plans to Shift Legacy IT Systems in Cloud

Kurt Wendelken, assistant commander of supply chain technology and systems integration at the Naval Supply Systems Command, has said NAVSUP will reassess its business processes as it looks to move information technology systems to a cloud-based platform, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday. “We’ve got a number of different initiatives internally where we …

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Report: DoD Eyes Enhanced Military Acquisition Security; Kari Bingen Comments

Kari Bingen, Defense Department deputy undersecretary for intelligence, told legislators during a recent House Armed Services Committee hearing that security must become “a fourth pillar in defense acquisition” in addition to cost, schedule and performance, Fifth Domain reported Thursday. Bingen also recommended providing industry partners with incentives to encourage the …

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Report: China Compromised Submarine Warfare Data Stored in Navy Contractor’s Computers

Government hackers in China have breached a U.S. Navy contractor’s computers to steal a collection of sensitive data related to the service branch’s submarines and other undersea weaponry, The Washington Post reported Friday. U.S. officials said China’s ministry of state security that oversees the Asian country’s foreign intelligence and counterintelligence …

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