DOD expanding 5G testing, partnerships with new software competition
A new competition the DOD is working on will broaden its work in partnering with the private sector to make new 5G technologies.
Sen. Warner: Pentagon tech spending should be ‘reexamined’ post-COVID
Defense funding will likely be curtailed to address federal deficit increases, at a time when when investments in cybersecurity and 5G are needed to compete with China, the Virginia senator said.
CISA’s Krebs: The US will win 5G race because ‘we own the cloud space’
"Really, when you think about the advantage of 5G, it's all about moving data ... which really translates to cloud," the CISA director says. "And who does cloud better than the United States of America?"
DOD awards largest group of 5G testbed contracts to date
Bases in San Diego, Washington state, Georgia and elsewhere will see new tech designed to help logistics and communications networks, among other things.
GSA adding supply chain requirements to major contracts
2GIT, STARS III and other governmentwide acquisition contracts are all part of the more "proactive approach" to protecting federal information systems, say officials.
DOD gets temporary waiver from Chinese tech ban
The waiver will allow DOD to continue to purchase high volume items to ensure the end of fiscal-year activity can proceed without interruption.