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October 21, 2020

In an Oct. 20, 2020 cybersecurity advisory, the National Security Agency details 25 known exploits that "Chinese state-sponsored cyber actors" are using against "a multitude of victim networks."
The Oct. 21, 2020 Government Accountability Office report looks at how the Missile Defense Agency is considering changing the way it acquires the Ground-based Midcourse Defense system.
The Oct. 19, 2020 Congressional Research Service report discusses U.S. and Russian negotiations on the New START Treaty, which will expire on Feb. 5, 2021, unless the two countries agree to extend it, possibly for up to five years.

October 20, 2020

On Oct. 20, 2020 Defense Secretary Mark Esper gave a speech to the Atlantic Council.
An Oct. 15, 2020 industry notice states the Army intends to award Oshkosh Defense either a sole-source contract or contract modification for additional Joint Light Tactical Vehicles.
The updated Oct. 16, 2020 Defense Department instruction establishes policy and assigns responsibilities for intelligence and counterintelligence training of "non-U.S. persons."
The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, in a new report released Oct. 20, 2020, says it reviewed $63 billion in spending at the behest of lawmakers and found that $19 billion, or 30%, was "lost to waste, fraud and abuse."

October 19, 2020

In an Oct. 16, 2020 request for information, the Air Force seeks to further develop an unidentified directed-energy weapon it's buying for base defense against unmanned aerial systems.
In an Oct. 16, 2020 request for information, the Navy seeks a "preliminary/contract" design for the Light Amphibious Warship program.
In an Oct. 13, 2020 reprogramming document, acting Pentagon Comptroller Thomas Harker approves $2.6 billion in fiscal year 2021 shipbuilding dollars to be moved to the National Sea-Based Deterrence Fund.
In an Oct. 19, 2020 amendment to an April 2020 broad agency announcement, the Air Force seeks a next-generation Global Precision Attack Weapon to fly on the F-35 fighter jet and B-21 bomber to defeat adversaries' "hard and deeply buried targets."
In an Oct. 1, 2020 memo, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday tasks Rear Adm. Doug Small, head of Naval Information Warfare Systems Command, and Vice Adm. James Kilby, the service's top requirements officer, with a new effort called "Project Overmatch."

October 16, 2020

On Oct. 15, 2020 Defense Secretary Mark Esper gave an online speech to the Heritage Foundation.
In September 2020 the Army's Enterprise Cloud Management Office released a plan detailing the service's approach to achieving its cloud vision in an ever-changing digital landscape.
In an Oct. 8, 2020 letter to the Defense Department and the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body, the National Defense Industrial Association lists questions in nine areas that are of concern to its members on the implementation of the CMMC program.
In an Oct. 13, 2020 memo, the Defense Department inspector general announces it will conduct a review "to determine, for the period ending September 30, 2020, whether the quality control system for the Missile Defense Agency Internal Review Office was designed to provide reasonable assurance that the policies and procedures related to the system of audit quality are suitably designed, operating effectively, and complied with in practice."

October 15, 2020

On Oct. 6, 2020 the Space Development Agency released a request for proposals seeking a launch provider for its first tranche of 28 transport and tracking satellites, which are set to take off between September 2022 and March 2023.
In an Oct. 14, 2020 memo, the Defense Department inspector general announces it has begun an investigation to determine whether the Pentagon acted appropriately when it spent hundreds of millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief aid to prop up defense contractors.
On Oct. 14, 2020 the Army released a request for information to help inform potential use of satellite communications services to modernize the service's logistics network.
On Oct. 15, 2020 the White House released a new "National Strategy for Critical and Emerging Technologies" outlining the Trump administration's approach to promoting and protecting U.S. developments in fields like artificial intelligence and quantum information science.