2020 NDAA

Congressional staff lay out possible AI agenda for next term


The 117th Congress should focus on furthering artificial intelligence transparency, continuing industry partnership and ensuring agency funding for AI projects.

Pentagon planning for the next 25 years of cybersecurity


The military is asking for help building out a long-term roadmap of science and technology activities related to advances in cybersecurity.

House Republicans shouldn’t hold up NDAA, Thornberry says


The top Republican on the Armed Services Committee said he will support less funding than Republicans had hoped for, in order to finish the bill on time for the start of fiscal 2020.

Congress wants military to upgrade exit form to be machine-readable


Congress wants to inch the process of digitizing the DD Form 214 along in a provision tucked into the 2020 NDAA.

The 2020 NDAA takes up a common cause: acquisition reform


The latest version of the NDAA contains several provisions about acquisition reform, a cause commonly taken up by Congress.

House appropriators still ‘concerned’ about JEDI


With Democrats in charge of the panel now, the message is still the same as it was in 2018: Appropriators want more information about why the Pentagon wants JEDI to be a single-award contract.