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February 10, 2020

On Feb. 10, 2020 the Defense Department released its fiscal year 2021 "Justification for Security Cooperation Program and Activity Funding" budget book.

February 07, 2020

The Jan. 31, 2020 regulation "implements Army objectives and policies regarding national policy on the national technology and industrial base."
On Feb. 7, 2020 the Army reopened the competition for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, releasing a new market survey tied to a minimally prescriptive wish list and a strategy that shifts most of the initial cost burden to the service.  
The Jan. 30, 2020 Army Training and Doctrine Command document "provides fundamental principles and techniques for preventing and defeating foreign security force threats. It is based on lessons learned from several years of persistent, limited contingency operations."
The Feb. 5, 2020 Defense Department inspector general's report determined "whether the Air Force implemented weather support capabilities on the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aircraft system (UAS)."

February 06, 2020

On Feb. 6, 2020 Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy Stephen Kitay; Air Force Lt. Gen. David Thompson, vice commander of U.S. Space Force; acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Acquisition and Integration Shawn Barnes; and Air Force Maj. Gen. Clint Crosier, director of the Space Force planning office, gave a briefing at the Pentagon.
In a Feb. 5, 2020 filing with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the Army says its corrective action on the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program V is complete and that it wants to uphold the original awards.
On Feb. 6, 2020 Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) introduced the Securing the Homeland by Increasing our Power on the Seas (SHIPS) Implementation Act designed to expedite the Navy's path to a 355-ship fleet.  
In a Feb. 5, 2020 memo, Defense Secretary Mark Esper calls on all Defense Department personnel to avoid partisan entanglements in the run up to the 2020 election that could damage the credibility of the U.S. military as an apolitical institution.
According to a Nov. 14, 2019 memo signed by Pentagon acquisition chief Ellen Lord, the newly established Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Assessment Center launched a pilot program to test out the scoring methodology by doing on-site assessments at some of DOD's "largest contractors."
In an Oct. 30, 2019 letter to House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-WA), Pentagon acquisition chief Ellen Lord "provides multiyear contract certifications for the nine-ship Block V [Virginia-class submarine] multiyear contract and notification of the proposed contract at least 30 days in advance of the award of the proposed contract."

February 05, 2020

On Feb. 5, 2020 Defense Department officials released a report on an internal review that finds $5.7 billion in fiscal year 2021 budget cuts the Pentagon wants to reinvest in emerging technologies like hypersonics, space, missile defense and artificial intelligence.
On Feb. 5, 2020 the House Armed Services seapower and projection forces and readiness subcommittees held a joint hearing on "Navy and Marine Corps Readiness in the Pacific in the Aftermath of Recent Mishaps." Includes the prepared testimony of Navy Vice Adm. Richard Brown, commander of Naval Surface Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet and Marine Corps Lt. Gen.

February 04, 2020

The Jan. 31, 2020 Defense Department inspector general's declassified and redacted report finds that "Navy fleet commanders, type commanders, and unit commanding officers identified training deficiencies during the Arleigh Burke-class destroyers' [Optimized Fleet Response Plan] cycles, but did not address the identified deficiencies."
On Jan. 30, 2020 the Missile Defense Agency issued a request for prototype proposals for its Hypersonic Defense Regional Glide Phase Weapon System.

February 03, 2020

On Feb. 3, 2020 the Air Force delivered to Congress its plan for the organizational structure of the Space Force, outlining "clean sheet" plans to stand up a lean, agile service.
On Feb. 3, 2020 the Army issued a request for proposals for the Stryker Medium Caliber Weapon System.
In a Feb. 3, 2020 request for information, the Army seeks to "determine the level of interest . . . to support a requirement for delivering Three (3) Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) MaxxPro Recovery Vehicles with Performance Kit Upgrades (MRV-PK) and Specified Kits (to include spare and repair parts, Basic Issue Items (BII) and Special Tools and Test Equipment (STTE))" for a foreign military sale to Iraq.
The Senate Armed Services Committee partially approved an Oct. 23, 2019 Defense Department reprogramming request to shift funding for the Limited Interim Missile Warning System Quick Reaction Capability, granting the service a $60 million total increase for the program.