Early Warning Blog
New Power Generation System Demonstrates The Value Of International Defense Industrial Collaboration
How To Cut Federal Spending By A Trillion Dollars -- Without Sequestration Or Serious Hardship (From Forbes)
Next-Gen Jammer: Watchdog Agency Sides With BAE Systems, Tells Navy To Take Another Look (From Forbes)
In Washington, many of the really important fights over laws, budgets, government policies and regulations take place out of public view. The joke around town is this is because, as in the case of the prohibition on seeing how sausage is made, no one who uses the end product should see how it is
In the fiscal 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Congress attempted to address a longstanding dispute between the Department of Defense (DoD) and industry over rights to the technical data related to major military equipment and systems. In its most innocent interpretation, the new
When Congress passed the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) it made a mistake with serious consequences for national security. Buried in this mammoth bill was a legislative bombshell. It has to do with a relatively arcane subject: ownership of technical data rights. But the consequences
The Obama Administration’s new defense strategy envisions the reshaping of the U.S. military to reflect changing geostrategic challenges, emerging threats and new technologies. It will not be enough for the Department of Defense merely to shed irrelevant, excess and obsolescent systems and organizations.