If you squinted hard, you might have believed the F-35 was dead, or that DARPA is about to mass-produce "unobtainium."
The administration’s top cyber officials outline various policies for actively combatting cyberattacks and discuss the future of government operations.
The post could be the Army’s first with the ability to run entirely on its own power.
The Task Force Cyber Secure is seen as essential to establishing a culture change with regard to cyber defense.
The VIEWS II program will focus on testing the sensors and architectures that fuse data from multiple sources, including the F-22 and F-35.
The awards, which follow four successful protests last year, double the number of companies on the applications services contract.
The company also is building a $20 million Maryland Space Assembly and Test facility to focus on expanded payload production.
In its biannual report envisioning future military systems, the agency also lauds one-time new technologies for their effectiveness.