AIA proposes the appointment of a single official or government body to shepherd deals through the Defense, State and Commerce Departments — among other changes.
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If Trump salvages a summit that looked dead only a week ago, it will be because he has overturned the traditional diplomatic process with North Korea.
A medium-earth-orbit satellite contract hints at AFRICOM’s data and connectivity needs.
“To put somebody in charge whose track record consists of writing about how much he despises immigrants is just unfathomable.”
Defense chief financial officer disagrees with proposal for multiple-agency approvals.
Its chief weapons buyer is mulling licensing arrangements to allow third-party manufacture.
DoD avoids language that might alarm communities worried about a new BRAC.
It’s about managing expectations: ours about the timeline, the foreign population’s about governance.
Kim Yong Chol is suspected of being the mastermind behind two deadly attacks on South Korea in 2010.
Since the Korean War, U.S. troops have helped South Korea with military training and planning. Our Speed Read describes the regular joint exercises designed to deter North Korean aggression.