President Joe Biden issued a national security blueprint that lays out broad goals and priorities for his administration.
The White House said the National Security Council from now on will issue “national security memorandums” to replace the Trump administration’s space policy directives.
As Joe Biden begins the first year of his presidency, there is still much we don’t know about where he and his vice president, Kamala Harris, stand on major issues in civil and national security space. There are, nonetheless, several key space issues the new administration will have to address.
The space advisory group will be part of the Defense Innovation Board.
DoD space launch, intelligence collection, satellite manufacturing and other activities are hugely dependent on small companies that are becoming financially strained.
CSIS and SWF released their annual assessments of global counterspace weapons.
Leveraging commercial practices must not exclude or degrade mission assurance, as history has amply demonstrated.
The National Security Launch Architecture is not a traditional launch market study but a more comprehensive look at what capabilities commercial players could bring to the military for future space operations.
DoD wants to increase awareness of the threats the nation faces in space but classification is a problem.
The Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center announced the start of a National Security Launch Architecture study.
Time is ripe for entrepreneurs to partner with U.S. national security space groups, says Fred Kennedy
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California – During this period of rapid change, space industry entrepreneurs should be sharing their ideas with U.S. national security space agencies, Fred Kennedy, former director of the U.S. Space Development Agency (SDA), said…
Proposed changes to the National Security Space Launch program that Smith introduced in the HASC version of the NDAA made it into the House bill.
The Launch Service Procurement would be the first competition under the National Security Space Launch program.
The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act directed the name change effective March 1.
The next war won’t take place on the ground or the skies alone, but will take place in space, too.