Leidos survives protest of $6.5B deal to manage DOD’s IT networks
General Dynamics protested the contract, arguing that DISA improperly evaluated and awarded the contract. But the Government Accountability Office denied the protest in full.
New unmanned systems program at NOAA will focus on cybersecurity, acquisition process
While use of "UxS" vehicles by air and sea isn't new, NOAA's reliance on them has increased tenfold since 2012.
NIST will help create CMMC standards for third-party assessors
Having CMMC training, assessing and credentialling all housed under the one accreditation board has triggered questions about a potential conflict of interest.
Work continues on CMMC rollout amid coronavirus disruption
Work to get the CMMC into contracts and have third-party assessors certified continues, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
DOD warns contractors of taking ‘adversarial’ investments during pandemic
"It's critically important that we understand that during this crisis the [Defense Industrial Base] is vulnerable to adversarial capital, so we need to ensure companies can stay in business without losing their technology," said Ellen Lord.
Air Force’s emerging tech supply chain remains strong despite COVID-19
For now, the Air Force's emerging technology supply chain remains relatively undisturbed by the COVID-19 epidemic, its head of acquisition said.