The service has awarded Rockwell Collins another contract modification to speed development of the high-powered, jam-resistant devices.
Army researchers are developing a navigation system called WINS that can locate a soldier on a map when GPS signals are unavailable.
GPS III is maneuverable, more resistant to jamming and can be upgraded.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency launches a public site to help with damage assessment maps and other data services.
As funding cuts push back plans for the next generation of satellites, the service says the current constellation can handle the load.
The Special Operations Command is looking to round up and test seemingly the full range of the latest unconventional warfare tools.
Rockwell Collins gets a $21.8 million modification to speed up development of more powerful, M-Code-capable receivers.
Service gives L-3 Communications an extra $8.5 million to accelerate work on the Military GPS User Equipment program.