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May 06, 2020

In May 6, 2020 letters to the Senate Armed Services Committee, the National Defense Industrial Association, Aerospace Industries Association, Transportation Construction Coalition, Airline Pilots Association as well as a
On May 6, 2020 the Senate Armed Services Committee held a hearing on Defense Department spectrum policy and the impact of the Federal Communications Commission's Ligado decision on national security. Includes the prepared testimony of DOD Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy; Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Mike Griffin; retired Coast Guard Adm.
In May 6, 2020 briefing slides, the Defense Business Board recommdends the Pentagon's chief management officer post be eliminated on the grounds the position has been "mostly ineffective" and was "never set up for success."
On May 5, 2020 the Missile Defense Agency released the Long Range Discrimination Radar Environmental Assessment for public review and comment. Includes the notice of availability as well as the following:
On April 9, 2020 the Navy held a virtual industry day for its Light Amphibious Warship program. Includes briefing slides as well as questions and answers.
In a May 4, 2020 letter, Defense Secretary Mark Esper praises the work of the defense industrial base in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The May 6, 2020 Government Accountability Office report finds the Defense Department should improve its oversight when it "collects a [foreign military sale] transportation fee from buyers to cover shipping costs and pay shipping expenses."
The May 5, 2020 memo approved by Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Matthew Donovan "establishes policy, assigns responsibilities, and prescribes procedures for the IRT program and all IRT support activities."

May 05, 2020

In a May 5, 2020 request for information, the Army's Program Executive Office for Aviation seeks white papers from industry on readily available technology to address future force challenges.
In a May 5, 2020 memo signed by acting Pentagon Comptroller Elaine McCusker, the Air Force is asking lawmakers to approve a $216.7 million reprogramming that includes a $131 million funding shift for the Advanced Battle Management System and $25 million for Agility Prime.
In a May 5, 2020 notice, the Army's project manager for electronic warfare and cyber announces it is hosting a virtual industry day to discuss its fiscal year 2021 portfolio.
On May 5, 2020 the Senate Intelligence Committee held a hearing on the nomination of John Ratcliffe to become the next director of national intelligence.  Opening Statement Response to Questionnaire for Completion by Presidential Nominees Response to Committee Additional Pre-Hearing Questions  

May 04, 2020

On May 1, Kim Herrington, the acting principal director of defense pricing and contracting, signed a memo on the department's plan to issue guidance for reimbursing defense contractors under section 3610.
On May 1, Kim Herrington, the acting principal director of defense pricing and contracting, signed a memo detailing guidance for reimbursing defense contractors whose employees can’t work because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a May 1, 2020 broad agency announcement, the Navy has begun a three-year effort to solicit ideas from industry to improve its future submarines and unmanned undersea vehicles.

May 01, 2020

The May 1, 2020 Congressional Research Service report discusses background and issues for lawmakers regarding Navy force structure and shipbuilding plans.
In an April 30, 2020 request for information, the Missile Defense Agency unveiled new details to fold THAAD into a new homeland missile defense architecture by creating an extended-range variant.
On April 30, 2020 Pentagon acquisition chief Ellen Lord held a briefing on the Defense Department's efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

April 30, 2020

The April 30, 2020 Congressional Research Service report discusses "whether and how the COVID-19 pandemic could change the international security environment, whether the Trump Administration’s actions for responding to such change are appropriate and sufficient, and what implications such change could have for the role of Congress in setting and overseeing the execution of U.S. foreign and defense policy."
The April 30, 2020 Congressional Research Service report discusses the "sale and export of U.S.-made arms to foreign entities."

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