2019 NDAA

Contractors want extended deadline to rid Chinese tech from networks


Contractors are worried complying with an upcoming deadline to rid their networks of blacklisted Chinese tech could be the final nail in the coffin during this economic downturn.

VA looks to rid supply chain of banned Chinese equipment


Lawmakers are worried that deeper in the supply chain, VA contractors could still use equipment or systems from banned Chinese companies.

Alphabet, Microsoft leaders named to National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence


The new group, created by the fiscal 2019 defense authorization bill, will review the ethical considerations of using AI for defense purposes.

Pentagon mulling contract for automated mobile device management on classified networks


DISA is searching for exisiting automated provisioning tools to support devices used in the Department of Defense Mobility Classified Capability program.

Agencies excited about the potential for increased counter-drone authority for national security


Representatives from the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the FAA spoke in favor of the recently introduced Preventing Emerging Threats Act of 2018.

Senate NDAA gives marching orders for Pentagon’s JEDI cloud


The Senate NDAA's language seems to suggest that if the JEDI commercial cloud is the DOD's preferred strategy to modernize its systems, then it should be all-in and its preparations should reflect that.