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The big day has finally come! DefenseScoop.com is officially here. Please join us in celebrating the launch of Scoop News Group's newest publication, dedicated to to the U.S. military’s acquisition, development and use of technology as a force for modern defense. We're showcasing some of the top storylines in the defense tech space. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 12, 2022.

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Featuring some of the biggest storylines in the defense tech space, this special launch package is emblematic of what you can come to expect from DefenseScoop. Read the special launch package now.

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Cyber Command now building a warfighting platform, not just a capability architecture

Just like the Army needs tanks and the Air Force needs planes, cyber troops need their own platforms separate from the NSA. Mark Pomerleau takes you inside.

OSD moving to corral the military services for JADC2

At stake are billions of dollars in planned investments and the lives of troops who will rely on the underlying technology — and its interoperability — to fight and prevail in high-end combat. More from Jon Harper.

Amid a high-stakes transition, questions linger about Project Maven’s future management

More than a half-decade into its existence, the Pentagon’s pioneering artificial intelligence initiative — Project Maven — is in the midst of a major transition that will split the responsibilities for some of its elements between the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the new Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office, while sending its oversight to the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security (I&S). Brandi Vincent has the scoop.

DOD wants JADC2; service members still want working computers

Nearly eight months after the "Fix Our Computers" letter went viral, DefenseScoop checks in on what's happened since. Billy Mitchell has more.

An imperative to modernize

In an exclusive op-ed, CIO John Sherman shares why modernization is urgently needed across the DOD. John Sherman writes for FedScoop.

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