Vol. 97 Nbr. 706, September 2012
> SIGN UP FREE
- Sequester fight continues as details emerge and SecDef Amps up rhetoric.
- New Pentagon procurement 'bow wave' will be a Tsunami.
- Sequestration: industry needs a miracle.
- U.S. Asia-Pacific strategy too militaristic.
- Wasteful spending in the war against roadside bombs.
- Feds fear coordinated physical, cyber-attacks on electrical grids.
- DHS' nuclear detection efforts continue on smaller scale.
- Storm brewing over BioWatch3 program.
- 'Super' camera puts human eye to shame.
- Tiny musician robots could benefit soldiers.
- Contractor hits 'print,' and creates drone.
- Invention helps troops scale walls like superheroes.
- Pentagon procurement reforms face slim chance of success.
- Industry could benefit from cross-border defense programs.
- Pentagon struggles to integrate smartphones, create mobile workforce.
- Firms that help DHS save money will make money, analysts say.
- Military training technology making leap to civilian use.
- Washington insiders question federal role in homeland security.
- Carrier debate rages in face of new threats.
- Budget crunch could jeopardize new carrier procurement.
- Conley receives Admiral Sides award.
- Program Management Systems Committee elects new leadership.
- WID members focus on environmental issues.
- Implementing evolving disclosure rules.
- NDIA calendar: upcoming exhibits, shows and events.