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  • Research and Development

    September 2022

    JUST IN: New Rapid Fielding Program Launching Despite Funding Uncertainty

    AUSTIN, Texas — The Defense Department’s latest initiative to speed the development and fielding of new technology and systems has been selecting prototypes and is set to officially go into operation in fiscal year 2023.
  • Research and Development

    September 2022

    Addressing the Threats of Emerging Biotechnologies

    By Dr. Diane Dieuliis and Dr. James Giordano
    We have noted with interest the pivot in U.S. Biodefense programs published in National Defense recently as the United States and other nations strive to keep pace with emerging biotechnology capabilities that complicate the biothreat landscape.
  • Energy

    September 2022

    Energy Efficiency Is a Warfighting Imperative

    By Arun Seraphin
    The Pentagon’s renewed commitment to bolster the development and deployment of energy efficient technologies in military systems is a welcome one.
  • Research and Development

    August 2022

    JUST IN: DARPA Kicks Off New Outreach Strategy

    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency kicked off a series of conferences that it hopes will raise its profile and attract the best and the brightest to come work for it, or participate in its programs.
  • Research and Development

    August 2022

    Emerging Technologies Institute Marks First Birthday

    By Dr. Mark J. Lewis
    As you read this, the one-year anniversary of the official standup of the National Defense Industrial Association’s Emerging Technologies Institute is upon us. And what an eventful year it has been.
  • Research and Development

    August 2022

    Study Predicts BioTech’s Long-Term Impact on Defense

    By Diane DiEuliis , Peter Emanuel and Brian Feeney
    The Biotechnology Community of Interest released a study on the future of biotechnology in April, titled “Bio-Futures 2050: Defense Impacts and Opportunities.”
  • Army News

    July 2022

    JUST IN: Army Aiming to Demo New Mobile Command Post by 2026

    The newest iteration in the Army’s effort to modernize its command posts is hoping to have a "fully integrated demo" ready by 2026, the project’s lead said.
  • Research and Development

    May 2022

    2023 Science, Technology Budget a Mixed Bag

    The fiscal year 2023 Defense Department budget proposal is a big win for research, development, test and evaluation — particularly the science and technology portion of the funding — according to senior officials. However, a closer analysis of the request and the impact of inflation indicates the proposal is less than the fiscal year 2022 enacted budget.
  • Emerging Technologies

    March 2022

    U.S. Needs to Refocus on Energetic Materials

    By John Fischer and Dr. Mark J. Lewis
    The list of top defense modernization priorities that were cited in the 2018 National Defense Strategy forms the basis of our work at the National Defense Industrial Association’s Emerging Technologies Institute.
  • Defense Department

    October 2021

    AUSA NEWS: Pentagon R&E Chief Lays Out Plans for Technology Experimentation Campaign

    By Jon Harper
    The U.S. military is planning to conduct an expansive campaign of “rapid joint experimentation” in fiscal year 2023 and beyond and has already identified more than 30 projects that could be part of the effort, Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Heidi Shyu said Oct. 12.
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