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09/15/2022
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As we prepare for DefenseTalks later today, DefenseScoop has the scoop on the Air Force Research Lab's new Regional Research Hub Network pilot initiative. The Navy wants to prevent monopolies of unmanned shipbuilders. And a trio of protests of the Air Force's recent $5.7 billion contract award to CACI for Enterprise IT as a Service. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 15, 2022.

AFRL to solicit emerging technologies via its new regional research ecosystem

The Air Force Research Laboratory will soon roll out engagement opportunities for new projects associated with hypersonic capabilities, complex modeling, microelectronics, and other emerging technologies — via its Regional Research Hub Network pilot initiative, DefenseScoop has learned. Brandi Vincent has the scoop.


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Navy working to prevent unmanned shipbuilders from monopolizing software integration

The Navy wants to try to prevent shipbuilders from having too much influence over the software and AI integration market for unmanned ships, Adm. Michael Gilday said Wednesday. More from Jon Harper.


Losing bidders protest Air Force's $5.7B Enterprise IT as a Service award to CACI

Following the Air Force's $5.7 billion award to a CACI-led team for its Enterprise IT as a Service contract, the losing bidders are protesting the service's evaluation of proposals and alleging CACI may have put itself in a better position to win after hiring former Air Force employees with knowledge of the program. Billy Mitchell has this.


Space Force would need more resources to contribute to cyber mission force, nominee says

The Space Force will require more manpower if called upon to contribute to the Defense Department’s cyber mission force and take on a new responsibility, according to the officer tapped by President Biden to lead the service. Mark Pomerleau has this.


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