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Saving Reputations in Turbulent Times
Reputation risk is one of the key strategic risks all boards should be overseeing but few do.
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Cybersecurity Requirements Clarified
The Defense Department issued an updated frequently asked questions regarding the application and requirements of "Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting"
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Total acquisition costs for the new Columbia-class ballistic missile boats could reach $100 billion.
So far, the Marine One presidential helicopter replacement seems safe from facing the same critiques as the F-35 joint strike fighter and the Air Force one replacement.
As the Navy calls for a larger fleet, shipbuilders are looking toward new contracts and ramping up their yards to full capacity.
After more than a decade of development, the Army is poised to integrate autonomous and semi-autonomous tactical wheeled vehicles into its fleet.

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Robots to Revolutionize Military Operations
By some estimates, by the end of this century 70 percent of today's occupations will be replaced by robots.
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Industry Jittery About Defense Exports
It could have been a quick and easy deal.
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Wanted: An Information Agency 'On Steroids'
What would a new agency's role be if the U.S. public again found itself under a propaganda assault by a foreign government?
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