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  • Space

    July 2021

    Industry Vital for Deterring Aggression in Space

    By John J. Klein
    The White House issued its interim national security guidance in March, which addressed strategic competition with China, deterring and defending against aggression, and ensuring the safety, stability and security of the space domain.
  • 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

    May 2021

    It’s Time for a Fresh Look at Resourcing Defense

    “What are DoD’s priorities?” This is a question all National Defense Industrial Association members ask, and one that every eight weeks Rachel McCaffrey, NDIA’s vice president for membership and chapters, and Jon Etherton, NDIA’s senior fellow emeritus for acquisition policy, try to address during an NDIA members-only webinar.
  • Infotech

    April 2021

    Trusted Capital Can Counter IP Theft

    By Chris Sax and Sam Underwood
    U.S. national security is a complex set of defenses against threats — foreign and domestic — running the gamut from terrorism to nuclear strikes.
  • Infotech

    April 2021

    Conducting Business in a Virtual World

    By Christine M. Klein
    On March 16, 2020, I departed Honolulu heading home after the conclusion of a successful conference conducted with our partner Indo-Pacific Command.
  • Defense Department

    March 2021

    The Biggest Risk Is Not Taking Risk

    By Rachel A. McCaffrey and Josephine Lewis
    “The perfect is the enemy of the good enough.” Fortunately, a close friend imparted this wisdom when the Air Force selected me for promotion to major.
  • Defense Department

    February 2021

    We Can Do Better Making Military More Diverse

    By James C. Boozer and Chris Sax
    Throughout U.S. history, the United States military demonstrated reluctance to integrate minorities, arguing their “inferiority” or their presence would negatively impact morale and should prevent them from serving, especially in combat.
  • Image - NDIA Perspective: Industrial Base Continues to Face Difficulties Defense Department

    December 2020

    Industrial Base Continues to Face Difficulties

    Later this month, the National Defense Industrial Association will release its second annual report on the health and readiness of the defense industrial base, “Vital Signs 2021.”
  • Defense Department

    December 2020

    Challenges Ahead for New Administration

    By Arnold L. Punaro
    It is with a great sense of humility and excitement that I begin my second two-year tour as chairman of the National Defense Industrial Association.
  • Defense Department

    November 2020

    Reflecting on the Past and Future of NDIA

    By Richard D. McConn
    I write this article on my last day as chairman of the National Defense Industrial Association and want to thank all of you, our community of industry, government, military, academia and all defense professionals committed to advancing national security.
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