President Biden has nominated John Plumb to be assistant secretary of defense for space policy, the White House announced July 29.
Space Policy Directive-7 highlights the United States’ ever growing dependence on space-based positioning, navigation and timing.
The Biden administration should support U.S. space activities while abandoning divisive and antagonistic rhetoric, says a new report from the Secure World Foundation.
DoD announced Oct. 30 it has established the office of the assistant secretary of defense for space policy.
Aerospace Corp.'s policy center rolled out "Space Agenda 2021" to influence discussions in the next administration.
As the House and Senate struggle with pandemic relief and other spending bills, there seems little opportunity for anything space-related to get through Congress.
As more actors engage in space activities, there are concerns that a competition for those resources could lead to international conflicts.
The Canadian government hopes to release its new space strategy in the coming months but in the meantime has provided $20 million in research funding for domestic space companies and universities.
A former Obama administration official is optimistic that the Trump administration will continue to pursue the development of non-binding international agreements to promote norms of behavior in outer space.
“What are we going to do about deterrence in space?” That is a question the administration should answer in the new strategy, said CSIS analyst Todd Harrison.
With commercial services becoming widely available for most space activities, this the “best opportunity in a generation” for the government to decide how to work with the private sector.
A vulnerable satellite infrastructure has sent Army officials scrambling in search of solutions.