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  • Global Defense Market

    July 2021

    ITAR Compliance Crucial for Lower-Tier Suppliers

    By Thomas B. McVey
    Companies that supply products and services that are used in the defense sector increasingly are being asked by their customers whether they are “ITAR compliant” and if they can document this.
  • Business Trends

    July 2021

    Introducing the NDIA Business Institute

    In national defense, education and training play a key role in determining success or failure. The outcomes of battles and wars often hinge on critical pieces of information, who learns it, who learns it first, and who leverages it first to gain advantage.
  • Defense Department

    February 2021

    Defense Industry Could See Another Wave of Mergers, Acquisitions

    The defense industry could be on the cusp of further consolidation as contractors look to bolster their business portfolios and access to innovation through mergers and acquisitions, analysts say.
  • Defense Contracting

    April 2019

    Survey: More Mergers, Acquisitions to Come

    Professionals in the aerospace, defense and government services sectors are optimistic about the overall economic growth happening within the mergers and acquisitions industry, a new survey found.
  • Defense Contracting

    May 2018

    Strong Military Spending Propels Industry Mergers

    By Vivienne Machi
    Expected boosts in defense spending are encouraging companies to broaden their portfolios through mergers and acquisitions to better provide high-end capabilities to the U.S. military, according to a recent report.
  • Navy News

    April 2018

    Navy to Develop New Enterprise Business System Strategy

    The Navy is planning to overhaul its business practices and develop a new enterprise business system strategy, said the service’s undersecretary April 11.
  • Defense Department

    March 2018

    Export Control Reform at Risk of Reversals

    A combination of a volatile White House, new leadership at the State Department and concerns in Congress that China is after the jewels of U.S. technology may reverse the last eight years of reforms to the U.S. export control regime.
  • Defense Contracting

    March 2018

    Getting ‘Left of Boom’ on Sexual Misconduct

    By Rachel A. McCaffrey
    The defense community must tackle the threats sexual assault and harassment pose in the same way it attacked the threats posed by improvised explosive devices, by targeting the threat prior to an explosion. We need to get left of boom.
  • Cybersecurity

    December 2017

    Businesses Ill Prepared For Rise in Cyber Attacks

    By Vivienne Machi
    Despite the increasing awareness of cybersecurity threats and the proliferation of malware, many companies remain unprepared to deal with such an intrusion, information technology leaders said.
  • Maritime Security

    December 2017

    Analysts Explore Aircraft Carrier Alternatives

    The Pentagon could save money by jettisoning plans for future Ford-class aircraft carriers and pursuing alternatives. But doing so would require capability tradeoffs and a reconsideration of operating concepts, analysts said.
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