The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes $2.4 billion to shore up the defense industrial base
Pentagon spokesman: DoD is working to help increase cash flow to the defense industrial base.
Ellen Lord memo: “If you work in a critical infrastructure industry you have a special responsibility to maintain your normal work schedule."
Goldfein: "We're still flying global mobility missions and conducting global space operations.”
Effective March 16, many DoD offices will shift to telework, although it will not be mandatory.
DoD testing report: “We must thoroughly understand how our systems will perform in space."
DoD has not taken action to implement the Wideband AoA study recommendations, GAO said in a Dec. 19 report.
The report titled ”Iran Military Power” is part of a Defense Intelligence Agency effort to inform government leaders and the public on major foreign military challenges.
Iridium said Sept. 16 that the new seven-year, $738.5 million contract ensures continuity for voice, data, broadcast and other services to Defense Department and associated users.
Senate defense appropriators support DoD space request, propose ‘tactical responsive launch’ program
The SAC-D fully funded the $1.2 billion request for the National Security Space Launch program.
Esper: 'I’m excited for tomorrow’s activation of the United States Space Command.'
Ellen Lord, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment, said DoD supports Air Force plans for Phase 2 Launch Service Procurement.
In September, SASC plans to consider additional DoD civilian and military nominations.
NSSL costs over the entire life of the program increased 7.2% — from $57.2 billion to $61.3 billion.
SASC Chairman Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) said the committee conducted its own probe and concluded the allegations were “unproven.”
Defense nominee Mark Esper calls on Congress to provide ‘necessary resources’ to stand up Space Force
Esper told the SASC that, if confirmed, he intends to get involved in the Space Force legislative debate.