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February 11, 2021

In February 2021, the Space Force released a draft performance work statement attached to a request for proposals for two Tactically Responsive Launch missions aimed at providing flexible small launch services.

February 10, 2021

On Feb. 9, 2021 the Army released answers to industry questions regarding the Opionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program. Questions and Answers 1 - 20 Questions and Answers 21 - 27 Questions and Answers 28 - 49  
The Jan. 26, 2021 Navy instruction establishes "mandatory data reporting policy to meet the congressional requirement to provide complete, accurate, and timely Navy and Marine Corps Operating and Support (O&S) costs and related metrics for major weapon systems."
On Feb. 10, 2021 the Pentagon released a fact sheet on the "establishment of the Department of Defense China Task Force."

February 09, 2021

The Feb. 9, 2021 Congressional Budget Office report "examined the threat that adversaries equipped with land-attack cruise missiles might pose to the U.S. homeland and estimated the costs of several defensive systems that could be fielded to protect the United States from such attacks."
On Feb. 9, 2021 the Air Force Research Laboratory released a notice announcing it's launching a two-step research opportunity to work with multiple partners on directed-energy experiments.
The Feb. 9, 2021 Lead Inspector General report on Operation Inherent Resolve "covers the period October 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020, and summarizes the quarter's key events and describes completed, ongoing, and planned Lead IG and partner agency oversight work related to OIR."
On Feb. 9, 2021 Neera Tanden testified before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on her nomination to become director of the Office of Management and Budget.

February 08, 2021

On Feb. 5, 2021 the Air Force released a final request for proposals for the F-15EX propulsion system, which includes up to 461 engines to be delivered through 2031. Includes a cover letter and statement of work.
In a Dec. 18, 2020 memo, then-Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy directed the Army Science Board to conduct an "Independent Assessment of the Army's Ability to Fight and Win on a Nuclear Battlefield," a study to focus on conventional forces and not wade into strategic nuclear issues.
The Feb. 3, 2021 Congressional Research Service "Defense Primer" report discusses the challenges of acquiring specialty metals and rare earth elements for weapon systems.
The Feb. 3, 2021 Congressional Research Service "Defense Primer" report discusses the "role that contractors play in supporting U.S. troops, both in terms of the number of contractors and the type of work being performed."

February 05, 2021

In a Feb. 2, 2021 request for information, the Army is seeking industry input on Long Range Precision Munition solutions that can be demonstrated at a planned shoot-off in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2022.
In a Jan. 28, 2021 request for information, the Navy announces it is searching for a vertical lift capability with maritime strike to replace its current fleet of MH-60R/S helicopters and MQ-8B/C unmanned air vehicles.
In a notice posted by the Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, the Army announces plans to discuss the Common Modular Open Architecture, its open systems framework, at a Feb. 25, 2021 industry day.
The Feb. 4, 2021 National Security Memorandum sets up the organization of the National Security Council under President Biden.
The Feb. 5, 2021 Defense Department fact sheet outlines the deployment of 1,100 active-duty troops across the United States in support of a request from the Federal Emergency Management Agency's COVID-19 vaccination centers.

February 04, 2021

On Feb. 4, 2021 President Biden issued a memorandum on "Revitalizing America’s Foreign Policy and National Security Workforce, Institutions, and Partnerships."
The Jan. 21, 2021 Defense Department memo tasks the Defense Science Board to "study ways in which the DOD can take better advantage of the rapidly expanding technologies in biology, and to better understand and prepare for their application or misuse by adversaries."
The January 2021 executive summary of a Defense Science Board report "illustrates the importance of GEMS tools and capabilities for the [Defense] Department's future success and offers a series of recommendations that, if implemented, will set the Department on the right path."

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