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Inmarsat Unveils Operational Availability of Aeronautical Services for Gov't C4ISR
Inmarsat Unveils Operational Availability of Aeronautical Services for Gov't C4ISR

New aeronautical services developed by British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat to support government command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations are already available for operational use. read more...


Northrop's Tern Drone for Navy Completes 2 Milestones
Northrop's Tern Drone for Navy Completes 2 Milestones

Northrop Grumman's Tern intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance drone for the U.S. Navy has completed two development milestones with the help of the Office of Naval Research and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. read more...


NRO Could Take Over USAF Weather Satellite Missions Under FY 2017 Intelligence Authorization Bill
NRO Could Take Over USAF Weather Satellite Missions Under FY 2017 Intelligence Authorization Bill

A provision in the House's proposed Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 seeks to allow the National Reconnaissance Office to take over some of the U.S. Air Force‘s weather satellite missions. read more...




Navy Taps Lockheed to Provide Integrated Undersea Surveillance System Under $121M Contract Modification
Navy Taps Lockheed to Provide Integrated Undersea Surveillance System Under $121M Contract Modification

The U.S. Navy has tasked Lockheed Martin's rotary and mission systems business to provide an integrated undersea surveillance system and engineering services for the Acoustic-Rapid-Commercial-Off-The-Shelf Insertion sonar system under a $120.9 million contract modification. read more...


CACI Secures Position Under Army Contract for Night Vision, Electric Sensors Development
CACI Secures Position Under Army Contract for Night Vision, Electric Sensors Development

CACI International has secured a position under a $47 million, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support the development of night vision and electronic sensors for the U.S. Army. read more...


UN Independent Expert Joe Cannataci: CIA Breach Points to Need for Privacy Treaty
UN Independent Expert Joe Cannataci: CIA Breach Points to Need for Privacy Treaty

Joe Cannataci, the U.N. special rapporteur on the right to privacy, has said the recent leak on CIA's hacking tools by WikiLeaks points to the need for an international treaty or regulation on privacy as well as the risks of mass surveillance, Reuters reported Thursday. read more...


Report: Trump Gave CIA Authority for Drone Strikes
Report: Trump Gave CIA Authority for Drone Strikes

President Donald Trump has reportedly given CIA new authority to conduct drone strikes compared to previous policy that places the agency responsible only for surveillance. read more...


House Intell Committee Seeks Info on Legal Surveillance Activities From FBI, CIA, NSA
House Intell Committee Seeks Info on Legal Surveillance Activities From FBI, CIA, NSA

The House Intelligence Committee has asked FBI, CIA and the National Security Agency to provide information on the scale of legal surveillance activities and the number of "unmasked" private conversations in the previous six months. read more...


House Intelligence Committee Chair: No Wiretap at Trump Tower
House Intelligence Committee Chair: No Wiretap at Trump Tower

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes has rejected claims that there has been a wiretap placed at Trump Tower during his opening statement at a hearing on Russia's potential involvement in the U.S. election but noted the possibility of other forms of surveillance. read more...


NSA's Richard Ledgett: Phone Surveillance
NSA's Richard Ledgett: Phone Surveillance

Richard Ledgett, deputy director of the National Security Agency, has said he believes the government should have disclosed its program on the bulk collection of phone records to potentially minimize the damage caused by the leak from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. read more...


Rep. Devin Nunes Refuses Disclosure of Trump Surveillance Intell Sources
Rep. Devin Nunes Refuses Disclosure of Trump Surveillance Intell Sources

Rep. Devin Nunes, chair of the House Intelligence Committee, has said he will not reveal his sources of information on the supposed "incidental" surveillance of President Donald Trump and his associates to the public as well as other members of the committee. read more...


Report: White House Staff Indicated as Rep. Devin Nunes' Potential Intell Sources
Report: White House Staff Indicated as Rep. Devin Nunes' Potential Intell Sources

Ezra Cohen-Watnick, senior director for intelligence at the National Security Council, and Michael Ellis, a lawyer with the White House Counsel’s Office, have been named as House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Devin Nunes' potential sources of intelligence about the supposed incidental surveillance of President Donald Trump and his associates. read more...


Report: Senate Intelligence Panel May Interview Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice in Surveillance Probe
Report: Senate Intelligence Panel May Interview Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice in Surveillance Probe

Sen. Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, has said Susan Rice, the national security adviser under former president Barack Obama, may be invited for an interview as part of the committee's probe on the potential links between Russia and President Donald Trump's associates and their "unmasking" in surveillance reports. read more...


NSA Revises Some Foreign Intelligence Collection Practices Under Section 702
NSA Revises Some Foreign Intelligence Collection Practices Under Section 702

The National Security Agency has updated its surveillance practices under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in a move to prevent the incidental collection of information on online communications of U.S. persons or others who are not in direct contact with a foreign intelligence target, NSA said Friday. read more...


Air Force Eyes $511M Contract for Cobra Dane Radar Sustainment, O&M
Air Force Eyes $511M Contract for Cobra Dane Radar Sustainment, O&M

The Strategic Warning and Surveillance Systems Division within the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center aims to award a potential $511 million contract by the end of 2017 for the operations, maintenance and sustainment of the Cobra Dane radar system in Alaska, the service branch said Tuesday. read more...


Northrop to Help Sustain Navy’s Maritime Surveillance Demonstrator Under $65M Contract Option
Northrop to Help Sustain Navy’s Maritime Surveillance Demonstrator Under $65M Contract Option

Northrop Grumman has received a $64.5 million contract modification from the U.S. Navy to help operate and maintain the service branch’s Broad Area Maritime Surveillance-Demonstrator aircraft, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. read more...


Tech, Trade Group Urges Congress to Amend Foreign Surveillance Law
Tech, Trade Group Urges Congress to Amend Foreign Surveillance Law

A group of 31 technology and trade companies have called on lawmakers to modify Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which allows intelligence agencies to spy on foreign nationals who are not on U.S. soil, The Hill reported Friday. read more...


NSA, Other Intell Agencies Seek Permanent Authority Over Section 702 Surveillance Program
NSA, Other Intell Agencies Seek Permanent Authority Over Section 702 Surveillance Program

Officials from the National Security Agency and other intelligence agencies seek permanent authority over a surveillance program authorized by Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act that enables the collection of communications data on non-U.S. persons outside the country for foreign intelligence purposes. read more...


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