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  1. The Textron AirLand Scorpion taxis at National Airport, just outside Washington, ahead of the Air Force Association's national conference.

    Textron brings Scorpion ISR plane to D.C.

    • 3:44 PM

    The company set up its own mini-convention as a companion to the Air Force Association's Air & Space Conference.

  1. Convenience trumps security for many mobile users 2:53 PM
  2. Cyber war declared — sort of 3:48 PM
  3. DARPA researches a dust solution 3:17 PM
  4. Triton makes first transcontinental flight 4:11 PM
  1. Can the intelligence community win back public trust? Sep. 19, 2014
  2. Leidos teams up with XTAR for ISR aircraft Sep. 19, 2014
  3. A new solution for stovepipes Sep. 19, 2014
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DISA Update

  1. DoD rescinds DISA cloud-broker memo

    DoD has apparently rescinded the memo that designated DISA the department's 'cloud broker.' David Smith
    • Sep. 16, 2014

    The move is apparently part of a broader revision of the department's cloud strategy.

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Net Defense Blogs

  1. Kevin Coleman
    Kevin Coleman is a senior fellow at SilverRhino and former chief strategist at Netscape

    Cyber war declared

  2. Harry Raduege
    Director, Deloitte Services LP, and Chairman, Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation, and retired USAF Lt. Gen./former DISA director

    Florida makes cybersecurity strides

  3. Jan Kallberg
    Researcher at the Cyber Security Research and Education Institute, University of Texas at Dallas

    Cyber criminals and cyber spies: Two sides of a coin?

  4. John Garing
    Vice president, ViON Corp., and former director for strategic planning and information at DISA.

    Embrace value; leave the conventional behind

  5. Jeff Hoyle
    Director of Technology, Defense and Intelligence Group, AtHoc, and retired Navy captain/former JTRS waveform program manager

    Cloudy, with a chance of more delay

  1. Jeffrey Sorenson
    President and Partner, A.T. Kearney Public Sector & Defense Services, and retired Army LTG/former CIO-G6

    IT Sourcing: It's not just an isolated procurement activity

  2. Barry Rosenberg
    Barry Rosenberg is editor of C4ISR & Networks.


    Editorial: Unpacking DISA's Forecast to Industry

  3. Dennis Moran
    VP, Government Business Development, Harris RF Communications, and retired Army MG/former Joint Staff J6

    A tipping point for the Signal Corps

  4. Welton Chang
    Truman National Security Fellow, former Army intelligence officer and analytic methodologist, Defense Intelligence Agency

    How we learned to stop worrying and love the net

  5. Paige Atkins
    VP Cyber and IT Research at Virginia Tech Applied Research Corp., and fmr Dir. for Strategic Planning and Information at DISA

    Spectrum convergence remains a tough nut

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  1. The Textron AirLand Scorpion taxis at National Airport, just outside Washington, ahead of the Air Force Association's national conference. Textron

    Textron brings Scorpion ISR plane to D.C.

    The company set up its own mini-convention as a companion to the Air Force Association's Air & Space Conference.

    • 3:44 PM
  2. The Defense Department plans to create 133 operational cyberwarfare teams, an initiative that is fueling a tug-of-war between the active and reserve components that both want significant roles in that mission. Staff Sgt. Tracy J. Smith / Army

    Active, reserve components spar over 'sexy' cyber mission

    Despite the buraucratic battles that may finally be near an end, 'we're on one freakin' team,' CYBERCOM leader says.

    • 3:52 PM
  3. DARPA researches a dust solution

    Sensors would allow pilots to see through dust clouds

    • 3:17 PM
  4. 3D modeling artist Ryan Gilley displays some of the products he designed and printed using advanced manufacturing techniques at the Rapid Technologies Branch, US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center. DoD's developing acquisition strategy will put a new emphasis on innovation. Army

    Pentagon unveils draft of new R&D strategy

    DoD awaits opinions from industry and Congress on a call for renewed focus on innovation.

    • 3:37 PM
  5. The MQ-4C Triton an unmanned jet built for Navy high-altitude maritime surveillance missions approaches the runway at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, after completing its inaugural cross-country flight from California.

    Triton makes first transcontinental flight

    The Navy's MQ-4C Triton UAV has conducted its first transcontinental flight.

    • 4:11 PM
  6. Part of winning back the public's trust requires a direct conversation between the intelligence community and constituents, Adm. Mike Rogers, head of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, said. SAUL LOEB / AFP/Getty Images

    Can the intelligence community win back public trust?

    Intelligence leaders are pursuing efforts to reconcile trust with the American public in the wake of damaging leaks and spying revelations over the past year, according to the head of National Security Agency.

    • Sep 19, 2014

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