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The Air Force is looking to ramp up production of new autonomous systems and software. NASA offers new details on a new $2B IT contract, and the Army wants to develop new electronic warfare payloads to be launched from the air. This is FedScoop for Sept. 7.

Air Force sees opportunities to scale production of drones, software for wars of attrition

Ramping up production and deployment of new autonomous systems and software could be one of the few acquisition options available to the Defense Department to preserve the force and replace combat losses during a future war of attrition, according to a top service official. Jon Harper has the story.

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NASA offers more details on $2B IT contract for all its centers

NASA intends to provide IT services to all its centers and facilities through a consolidated contract with an estimated $2 billion ceiling that it expects to put out for bid Oct. 12, 2022. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

Administrative Office of US Courts awards $298M app development contract to GDIT

The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts plans to upgrade its systems with a $298 million application development contract awarded to General Dynamics IT in May and announced Tuesday. Dave Nyczepir has this also.

Army wants to develop EW payloads launched from the air and potentially the ground

The Army is looking at the potential for air- or even ground-launched electronic warfare platforms as part of a new modernized architecture to stay ahead of adversaries. Mark Pomerleau has the details.


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