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DARPA awards $7.9 million deal for spectrum sharing work

Leidos will execute Phase 2 of the SSPARC program, which looks to allow radar and communications systems share bandwidth.

Fears rising over traffic jam in space

The commercial satellite industry is increasingly worried about space junk and lack of accurate warnings from DOD satellite trackers.

OPM, DOD to spend up to $330M on ID protection

The 21.5 million people affected by the hack of OPM databases will receive up to three years of credit monitoring and identity services.

DISA's new cyber HQ starting to branch out

The agency's Joint Force Headquarters is intended to take some of the defensive pressure off of the U.S. Cyber Command.

Danzig: Analog has value in countering cyber threats

The former Navy secretary recommends some unconventional approaches to help meet the cybersecurity challenge. Quantum encryption? Not so much.

DARPA's Gremlins could cut the costs of attack drones

The program would employ cheap UAS that would be launched from a plane, carry out their missions and then drone home.

DISA raises the limit on support deal with Microsoft

The modification to the contract for Blue Badge Cardholder support brings the total to $575 million.

The Air Force brings the B-52 into the digital age

With Boeing's CONECT communications system, the venerable bomber goes from 'a rotary-dial phone to a smartphone.'