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The Department of Defense is developing a network of hearts and minds websites designed to influence foreign audiences to support U.S. Special Operations activities. The Trans-Regional Web Initiative, a plan to synchronize all U.S. combat command websites, will be built by General Dynamics. These sites will provide news that officials hope will undermine anti-U.S. messages. General Dynamics will be paid 10 million dollars for the project which lasts for a year.
Saying the system is good, but not great, DTS eyes rules and the user interface.
Stratcom says only government-procured and government-owned devices allowed on military networks.
There's a new chair in charge of a key House subcommittee that has, among its other responsiblities, cybersecurity, primarily in a military context. California Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D.) recently discussed her new responsibilities during the recent AFCEA Homeland Security Conference.
The Pentagon faces a deadline of September 15th, 2011, by which it has to complete all the work of BRAC -- the Base Realignment and Closure process. That means either closing, or making adjustments to, military facilities all across the country. Yesterday, a key House subcommittee got a progress report on BRAC from Pentagon officials.
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The Defense Intelligence Agency is now 50 years old, but its current and former leaders say the last 10 have come to define it as an agency.
Military retirees will pay slightly more for their health care starting Saturday, and more cost increases are on the way.
Federal workers with a family member serving overseas in the military will be able to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for reasons including arranging childcare, attending military events and receiving counseling. The new rule goes into effect next month.
The Government Accountability Office is looking at the progress the Pentagon is making.