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The Pentagon issued a proposal to Congress asking to stand up a pilot program to issue 2-year contracts ranging from $2 million to $5 million that would be set-aside for innovation companies that do not presently work with the Defense Department.
The Department of Homeland Security wants to unleash innovators and entrepreneurs in the New York City metropolitan area to work directly with first responders to see what type of emerging technologies could offer them an edge.
The Pentagon wants a better way to identify who is executing cyber attacks in the Defense Advanced Projects Agency’s (DARPA) new Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) called the Enhanced Attribution program. It’s difficult to identify hackers in cyber attacks making it even harder for the military to quickly respond to attacks without knowing who executed it. DARPA issued the BAA to change …