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  • CBP Official Says Mix Of Infrastructure, Technology And People Best For Border Security

    Although performance metrics are still lacking for determining the effectiveness of specific types of investments in border security, history has shown that a mix of technology, physical infrastructure and personnel are effective in curbing illegal border activity, a senior Customs and Border Protection (CBP) official said last week. "We know over the history of CBP […]
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  • Lockheed Martin Awarded $1.46 Billion Mod For F-35 Long-Lead Material

    The Naval Air Systems Command awarded Lockheed Martin [LMT] a $1.46 billion modification for long-lead material and parts for F-35 aircraft, the Defense Department said Tuesday. This not-to-exceed modification on an earlier advance acquisition contract specifically covers low rate initial production (LRIP) F-35s. This includes 145 Lot 13 aircraft for the Navy, Marine Corps, Air […]
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  • Zukunft Says Planned Drop In Coast Guard Acquisition Budget Will Hit Polar Icebreaker Program

    Although the Coast Guard’s plan for acquiring its first new heavy polar icebreaker in more than 40 years is within sight, current out-year budget plans don’t provide funding for additional icebreakers, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft told a House panel on Wednesday. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s […]
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  • Congress Nears Finishing FY 2018 Omnibus Appropriations Bill

    Lawmakers are “on track” to unveil the fiscal year 2018 omnibus appropriations conference report sometime during the week of March 12-16, a spokeswoman for the House Appropriations Committee said March 9. Negotiators have been working for weeks to combine 12 individual appropriations bills for defense and other programs into a single package. They were expected […]
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  • Lawmakers Blast Navy Plan To Retire Hospital Ship

    The U.S. Navy’s plan to retire one of its two hospital ships is drawing fire from lawmakers who say the vessels provide important services for overseas humanitarian missions and victims of domestic natural disasters. According to the lawmakers, the proposal to retire either the USNS Comfort or the USNS Mercy in 2020 is reflected in the Navy’s recently […]
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