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  • Senate Sends FY 2018 Defense Authorization Bill To Conference

    The U.S. Senate approved its version of the fiscal year 2018 defense authorization bill by an 89-8 vote late Sept. 18, sending the legislation to a conference committee with the House, which passed its bill in July. Conferees have a host of issues to resolve, including what to do about a House provision that would […]
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  • Senate Defense Bill Establishes Cyber Warfare Policy; Includes Federal IT Modernization Plan

    The Senate Monday night passed its nearly $700 billion defense authorization bill, which will establish the first-ever cyber warfare policy, including the use of offensive digital weapons, and stipulates a $500 million federal information technology (IT) modernization plan. The Senate’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2018 passed with an 89-8 vote. The NDAA […]
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  • Senate Nears Vote On Defense Authorization Bill

    The Senate agreed Sept. 14 to wrap up floor debate on its fiscal year 2018 defense authorization bill, clearing the way for a vote to pass the legislation Sept. 18. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said that he has worked with Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.), the committee’s ranking Democrat, […]
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  • Air Force Rethinking JSTARS Replacement

    The U.S. Air Force, which has been preparing to replace its aging E-8C JSTARS ground-surveillance aircraft with a modified civil jet, has begun exploring whether a different approach might be more effective in highly contested environments. Any changes in the acquisition plan could be reflected in the Air Force’s fiscal year 2019 budget request, due […]
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  • Congress Passes CR To Keep Government Open Till Early December

    With Congress running out of time to finish its 12 annual appropriations bills before fiscal year 2018 begins Oct. 1, lawmakers have approved a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the Department of Defense and other government agencies running until Dec. 8. The Senate approved the CR (H.R. 601) Sept. 7 by an 80-17 vote, and the […]
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