Government PolicyApril 19, 2017
We seem to be living through, and trying to deal with, an absence of “regular order” everywhere.
BudgetApril 03, 2017
Like millions of Americans across at least three generations, I have enjoyed Star Wars and the enterprise it spawned following its 1977 debut.
Robotics and Autonomous SystemsMarch 21, 2017
By some estimates, by the end of this century 70 percent of today’s occupations will be replaced by robots or other forms of automation.
Government PolicyJanuary 20, 2017
The major item that needs to be considered by our new president is the size and composition of the nation’s defense industrial base.
Defense DepartmentNovember 17, 2016
Historians will record the 2016 presidential campaign as memorable in many ways, even though in some ways its actual conduct made most Americans happy to see it conclude. But, conclude it did and on Jan. 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump of New York will be sworn in as the next president of the United States.
Global Defense MarketAugust 01, 2016
As it pertains to national security and the defense industrial base, there has been no larger story over the past month than the surprise vote in the United Kingdom to exit the 28-nation European Union.
Global Defense MarketJuly 01, 2016
Recently, the House Armed Services subcommittee on oversight and investigations asked the National Defense Industrial Association to offer its perspective on foreign military sales.
Emerging TechnologiesMay 01, 2016
The question remains, what will the third offset actually be? Is it, perhaps, already with us and is as yet unrecognized?