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Coalition of the willing comes together for BQ17.2
Discounted savings for DoD components, Intelligence Community
Recommendations from an experienced cyber professional
Public hacking event uses actual Navy data to address digital challenges
Making optimum use of space to enhance warfighting capability
RFI for novel systems and component technologies to disruptively augment military and civilian operations underground
11/22/17
Navy Thanksgiving—A Sampling of Holiday Menus through the Eras
11/22/17
11/21/17
Prize up to $5,000 for Submissions Due by January 15, 2018
11/21/17
Reducing the acquisition cycle and advancing technology
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/21/17
11/20/17
Step closer to IOC
11/20/17
11/20/17
11/20/17
New program envisions plants as discreet, self-sustaining sensors capable of reporting via remotely monitored, programmed responses to environmental stimuli
11/20/17
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11/20/17
Grace Hopper Amazing Grace Hopper
her legacy continues …


Rear Adm. Grace Hopper was a computer scientist and information
technology pioneer both for the Navy and in private industry.
Among her many accomplishments, Rear Adm. Hopper took the lead in
bringing desktop technology to the Navy. Hopper was a mentor to
the CHIPS staff offering ideas, encouragement and often her tagline,
"It's easier to ask forgiveness than it is to get permission." Because of
Hopper's enduring achievements, she is often referred to as "Amazing
Grace." The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Hopper (DDG 70) is named in her
honor.

View more information about Rear Adm. Hopper

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