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The third and final day of AUSA might have had the most news yet. The Army announced the launch of a zero-trust program office. Also, the service's intel arm just launched Project Linchpin to use AI to put the service's vast troves of data to use. And, we've got a new podcast, featuring a pair of self-described "recovering DOD innovators." Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Oct. 13, 2022.

The Army is creating a zero-trust program office

The Army is creating a zero-trust program office aimed at gaining better insight over the various efforts under the umbrella of the security architecture with the hopes of prioritizing better investment in associated technologies. Mark Pomerleau has the details.

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Army intel office launches Project Linchpin to enable digital ‘fuel and ammo’ for future AI-driven weapons

The Army’s Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors Program Executive Office is rolling out a new initiative deemed Project Linchpin to enable an end-to-end conduit where artificial intelligence models and algorithms can be applied and optimized using the force’s vast and growing assortment of real-world data, and then be deployed to support future operations. More from Brandi Vincent.

DOD intensifying search for new tech to defeat kamikaze drones

The Defense Department is about to release a white paper asking industry for new ideas for countering adversaries’ kamikaze drones. That outreach will be followed by a technology demonstration later this fiscal year, according to officials. Jon Harper has the news.

Government leaders discuss their role in helping emerging companies succeed

In this op-ed, Dcode's Riya Patel speaks with DOD's Jen Bird and Army's Paul Puckett about supporting emerging, innovative companies in the defense landscape. Read the op-ed on DefenseScoop.

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