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August 28, 2019

On Aug. 5, 2019 Missile Defense Agency Director Vice Adm. Jon Hill released a document that "provides an update on our new mission statement, outlines current lines of effort, and lays out the overall agency direction."
In an Aug. 27, 2019 statement, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announces that the State Department "has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Japan of up to seventy-three (73) Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IIA with support for an estimated cost of $3.295 billion."  
In an Aug. 27, 2019 statement, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announces that the State Department "has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Denmark nine (9) AN/AQS-22 Airborne Low Frequency Sonar (ALFS) systems and six hundred (600) AN/SSQ-36/53/62 Sonobuoys with support for an estimated cost of $200 million."
In an Aug. 27, 2019 statement, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announces that the State Department "has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to Lithuania of five hundred Joint Light Tactical Vehicles with support for an estimated cost of $170.8 million."  
In an Aug. 27, 2019 statement, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announces that the State Department "has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Republic of Korea of thirty-one (31) MK 54 All Up Round lightweight torpedoes with support for an estimated cost of $72 million."  

August 27, 2019

On Aug. 23, 2019 Air Force Materiel Command announced it would not award a new contract for agile software efforts to improve the performance of the Distributed Common Ground System.
The April 29, 2019 Defense Department report to Congress -- publicly released the following Aug. 21, determines "the feasibility of consolidating the military resale entities into a single defense resale system."

August 26, 2019

On Aug. 26, 2019 Defense Department acquisition chief Ellen Lord briefed reporters at the Pentagon.
On Aug. 23, 2019 the Army issued a request for information on "the Combat Net Radio (CNR), which will pursue the requirement for assured voice Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) for Command and Control (C2) and limited data specifically for Fires and Air Defense and generally 'where data capabilities are limited.'"  
On Aug. 22, 2019 the U.S. government called on the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to dismiss a LOGCAP V case filed by a PAE-Parsons team.

August 23, 2019

House and Senate lawmakers approved parts of a July 19, 2019 reprogramming request submitted by acting Pentagon Comptroller Elaine McCusker.
On Aug. 15, 2019 the Army released a request for information on intelligence support to automate and speed up the targeting process.

August 22, 2019

In an Aug. 20, 2019 broad agency announcement, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency "is soliciting innovative research proposals for improving network stack performance to realize 100x or more throughput gains, in order to accelerate highly distributed applications, such as training of deep neural networks."  
In an Aug. 19, 2019 request for information, the Army's Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate seeks industry input "regarding proposed ATR/AiTR approaches to assist with meeting high altitude and low earth orbit radar sensing requirements."
In an Aug. 19, 2019 request for information, the Army's Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate "is seeking information from industry regarding high altitude and low earth orbit sensing systems to support Warning Intelligence and Targeting."
On Aug. 21, 2019 the Navy issued a market survey to find small businesses capable of being the lead integrator for the Surveillance Towed-Array Sensor System program.

August 21, 2019

In a redacted Aug. 16, 2019 federal court filing, DynCorp International says it was treated worse than other competitors for the Army's LOGCAP V competition.
The Aug. 19, 2019 Defense Department inspector general's report "determined that the Army [Integrated Air and Missile Defense] capability requirements, developed to address current and future warfighter needs, remained valid. However, IAMD project officials will not have a full analysis of the next limited user test data until after the Milestone C review, scheduled for September 2020."

August 20, 2019

The Aug. 20, 2019 Government Accountability Office report finds that the Defense Department "should set deadlines on stalled collaboration efforts and clarify cross-functional team funding responsibilities."
In an Aug. 13, 2019 reprogramming action, acting Pentagon Comptroller Elaine McCusker approves the shifting of $68.9 million from a fiscal year 2019 defense-wide operations and maintenance account for "administration and service-wide activities" to the military departments' Overseas Contingency Operations coffers for new ISR programs.

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