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Two key lawmakers sound off on why NSA and U.S. Cyber Command should continue to be run by a single person. The Army's top weapons buyer calls for more autonomous systems that are less reliant on comms networks. And a new DARPA challenge looks for innovative, futuristic approaches to medical triage. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Nov. 18, 2022.

Key lawmakers in favor of keeping 'dual hat' arrangement between Cybercom and NSA

Two key lawmakers see the arrangement of having the same person lead both the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command as an enduring fixture as opposed to a temporary one where the roles would be split in the future. Mark Pomerleau reports.

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Army acquisition chief sees autonomy, system hardening as key to overcoming comms challenges in future drone wars

As drones and counter-drone systems become more ubiquitous, developing hardened platforms with greater autonomy will be critical for reducing the burden on Army networks and defeating enemy jammers, the service’s top weapons buyer said Wednesday. Jon Harper has this.

DARPA wants sensors, algorithms and robots to inform medical triage for mass casualties

DARPA unveiled a challenge competition on Wednesday to pave the way for a new emergency response paradigm where medical personnel could rely on real-time, non-invasive sensors, robots, algorithms and associated data to inform their urgent decision-making in military and civilian scenarios. Brandi Vincent has more.

'No guns, no guards, no gates.' NSA opens up to outsiders in fight for cybersecurity

Many of the National Security Agency’s most talented cyberthreat hunters have traded the beige corridors and heavily guarded security perimeter of Fort Meade for a surprisingly located new office — in an unsecured suburban office park in Maryland. Suzanne Smalley has more on CyberScoop.

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