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January 12, 2021

In a Jan. 12, 2021 executive order, the president calls for the U.S. government to "coordinate its nuclear activities to apply the benefits of nuclear energy most effectively toward American technology supremacy, including the use of small modular reactors for national defense and space exploration."
The Jan. 8, 2021 Defense Department inspector general's report determined "whether Army officials considered and mitigated challenges to parts availability when planning and executing repair and overhaul of reparable items for Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) at the Tobyhanna Army Depot."
On Jan. 12, 2021 the Pentagon's industrial policy office released its annual industrial capabilities report to Congress.
The Jan. 12, 2021 Government Accountability Office report discusses protecting critical Defense Department technologies.
On Jan. 12, 2021 Lindsay Cohn from the Naval War College and Kathleen McInnis from the Congressional Research Service testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on civilian control of the Armed Forces.
The December 2020 document from the Defense Department cost assessment and program evaluation office "provides an overview of important cost estimating topics, and then points the reader to other resources for detailed theory and explanation, mathematical mechanics, and training opportunities."

January 11, 2021

The Jan. 11, 2021 Defense Department memo discusses the "re-establishment of the assistant to the secretary of defense for intelligence oversight and the director of administration and management."
 The Jan. 11, 2021 Defense Department memo discusses the "disestablishment of the chief management officer of the DOD and realignment of functions and responsibilities."
On Jan. 11, 2021 the Office of Government Ethics released Defense Secretary nominee Lloyd Austin's financial disclosure forms. Public Financial Disclosure Report Austin Letter to DOD on Avoiding Conflicts of Interest
On Jan. 11, 2021 the chief of naval operations released his 2021 Navigation Plan.

January 08, 2021

The Nov. 16, 2020 Navy instruction "ensure[s] the Department of the Navy (DON) has a Financial Management (FM) organization capable of properly and effectively administering funds in accordance with the laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and sound financial practices . . . and that deters fraud, waste, and abuse of Government resources through the provision of reliable, complete, consistent, and timely financial information."
The July 2020 Defense Department operational test and evaluation director's Validated Scales Repository "includes validated measures of system usability and trust, task workload, and training effectiveness."

January 07, 2021

On Jan. 7, 2021 the Defense Department released its counter-small unmanned aircraft system strategy to direct the DOD's C-sUAS activities in a variety of operating environments.
On Jan. 7, 2021 the Army released its counter-small unmanned aircraft system strategy to direct the Defense Department's C-sUAS activities in a variety of operating environments.
The Jan. 6, 2021 Defense Department instruction "establishes policy, assigns responsibilities, and provides procedures for managing communications security (COMSEC)."

January 06, 2021

The Jan. 6, 2021 document describes how the Navy "will apply naval power as we continue to prepare for a more navigable Arctic Region over the next two decades."

January 05, 2021

The Dec. 30, 2020 instruction signed by Defense Department acquisition chief Ellen Lord "establishes policy, assigns responsibilities, and prescribes procedures for the management of cybersecurity risk by program decision authorities and program managers (PMs) in the DOD acquisition processes."
On Dec. 30, 2020 the Defense Department issued an updated instruction on "Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) and Navigation Warfare (Navwar)."
On Dec. 29, 2020 the Defense Department issued an updated directive that "establishes policy, assigns responsibility, and provides procedures for managing the risk to DOD personnel and the public from operating DOD electromagnetic field radiation (EMFR)-emitting devices and lasers as part of military testing, training, or operations."
On Dec. 29, 2020 the Defense Department issued an updated instruction on the "Risk Management Framework (RMF) for DOD Information Technology (IT)."

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