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No one wants to fund STITCHES

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has created self-writing software dubbed STITCHES that it says can create on-the-fly networks and play an integral role in the military's development of Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). While the services are interested in its promise, none has stepped up to help fund the project, leaving it at the risk of dying, says a DARPA official. Jackson Barnett has the scoop.

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New Gov Actually

Gov Actually is back with a brand new episode taking you inside the Biden transition agency review process. Specifically, the new episode features two leaders who led the transition at the Office of Management and Budget. They describe what it entails being on an agency review team and what it was like during a pandemic. Listen now!

New metric needed for server usage

Federal agencies have made progress in closing data centers in recent years, but they now lack a way to measure their progress on server efficiency, according to a new Government Accountability Office report. OMB originally had agencies report the percentage of time their servers were busy using continuous, automated monitoring but later determined the metric failed to account for each one’s operational needs and technological capabilities and discontinued it. GAO recommends OMB come up with a new metric to measure usage. Dave Nyczepir has more.

Smith's HASC focus

Under new Chairman Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., the House Armed Services Committee will bring added focus on the topics of tech and procurement. Smith said last week that his committee will be “scrubbing” older weapons systems and cutting funding to bloated programs — a common refrain that often proves easier said than done. Jackson has this.

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