Business TrendsJuly 06, 2021
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 DepartmentMay 27, 2021
“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.
Defense DepartmentDecember 28, 2020
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 DepartmentSeptember 02, 2020
Defense DepartmentJune 24, 2020
Imagination and innovation: together they can deliver enormous advantage to America and its partners and allies.
Global Defense MarketApril 03, 2020
For decades, the National Defense Industrial Association and its members have worked hard to ensure U.S. and allied warfighters enjoy decisive advantage across the spectrum of conflict.
ViewpointFebruary 20, 2020
The greatest value of the 2018 National Defense Strategy is its burning focus on great power competition and specifically the challenge from a surging China.
SpaceJanuary 27, 2020
At the establishment of the Space Force on Dec. 20, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper stated, “Our military services have created the world’s best space capabilities.