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09/22/2022
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The latest on CMMC implementation and requirements, as we await final rulemaking next spring. The head of U.S. Transportation Command shares how she's going all-in on data. And Air Force Special Operations Command wants to put legacy platforms like the C-130 to good use, outfitting them with modern upgrades for next-gen conflict. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 22, 2022.

DOD planning to use NIST 800-171 as evaluation criteria for contracts prior to CMMC rule

The Pentagon's final rule for CMMC is still several months away, but until then, the department may soon start holding contractors to meeting the core set of standards that form the foundation of the forthcoming contractor cybersecurity requirements. Billy Mitchell has more.


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Transcom 'experimenting as much as possible' with data in modern conflict

During a media roundtable at the Air and Space Forces Association’s annual Air, Space and Cyber conference, Transcom Commander Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost shed light on some of the ways the command is deploying and experimenting with nascent technologies to strengthen how it operates. Brandi Vincent reports from Air, Space and Cyber.


AFSOC adding new electronic warfare capabilities, other weapons to C-130s

Air Force Special Operations Command plans to add a variety of weapons to its C-130 transport aircraft as it looks for innovative ways to use the legacy platforms in its inventory to deal with future threats. More from Jon Harper.


DOD still has work to do on OTA transparency, per GAO

According to a new Government Accountability Office report, the Department of Defense isn’t adequately tracking or providing requisite information regarding contract awards on prototyped technology provided through third parties. Mark Pomerleau has this one.


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