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February 21, 2020

On Feb. 18, 2020 Air Force, Space Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and combatant command leadership sent lawmakers their fiscal year 2021 unfunded priorities lists. Air Force FY-21 Unfunded Priorities Letter to Conngress Air Force FY-21 Unfunded Priorities Briefing Slides
The Feb. 20, 2020 Congressional Research Service report discusses the $753.5 billion fiscal year 2021 defense budget request.
The Feb. 20, 2020 Congressional Research Service report discusses the Marine Corps' Amphibious Combat Vehicle program.
The Feb. 21, 2020 Congressional Research Service "In Focus" report discusses the foreign military sales process.

February 20, 2020

On Feb. 18, 2020 Air Force and Space Force leadership sent lawmakers their fiscal year 2021 unfunded priorities lists. Air Force FY-21 Unfunded Priorities Letter to Conngress Air Force FY-21 Unfunded Priorities Briefing Slides Space Force FY-21 Unfunded Priorities Letter to Congress
On Feb. 20, 2020 the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission held a hearing on China's military power projection and U.S. national interests. Includes the prepared testimony of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for China Chad Sbragia, retired Navy Adm.
The Feb. 14, 2020 lead inspector general's report "summarizes significant events involving OFS and describes completed, ongoing, and planned Lead IG and partner agency oversight work. This report covers the period from October 1, 2019, to December 31, 2019."
The Feb. 14, 2020 document "conveys the [Navy's] vision for information superiority through our information, modernized network design, and our workforce; and defines our way forward."
The January 2020 Defense Department paper "shares insights and best practices related to CCIR in operational and theaterstrategic headquarters to inform planning and decision-making."
The January 2020 Defense Department paper "shares insights and best practices related to the roles of a joint headquarters Chief of Staff (COS) -- our only paper focused on a single position."
The January 2020 Defense Department paper "shares insights and best practices related to organizing a [Joint Task Force] and determining command relationships to best accomplish the mission through coherent integration of capabilities."
The January 2020 Defense Department paper "discusses insights and best practices related to mission command."
The January 2020 Defense Department paper "addresses integration of sustainment functions to enable mission accomplishment while retaining agility and adaptability to respond to the uncertainties of a dynamic world."

February 19, 2020

In a Feb. 19, 2020 memo, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy John Rood announces his resignation at the request of President Trump.
In a Feb. 18, 2020 memo, the Defense Department inspector general has begun an evaluation of whether U.S. Central Command can properly defend itself against missiles and unmanned aircraft systems.
In a Feb. 18, 2020 memo, acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly announces the service will conduct a "Stem-to-Stern Review" of the Navy's programs with the goal of finding $40 billion in savings.

February 18, 2020

On Feb. 6, 2020 the Air Force released a draft statement of work, work description and industry day briefing slides regarding a contracting solution worth up to $490 million for research and development of capabilities that can combat commercial off-the-shelf small unmanned aerial systems.
On Feb. 18, 2020 the Defense Department released its fiscal year 2021 defense-wide procurement budget justification books. Includes Volume 1 (CBDP to WHS) and Volume 2 (Missile Defense Agency).
On Feb. 10, 2020 the Missile Defense Agency released its fiscal year 2021 budget overview.
The Feb. 13, 2020 Defense Department inspector general's report determined whether DOD "properly accounted for and stored Counter-Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Train and Equip Fund (CTEF) equipment designated for Syria (CTEF-S) from procurement through divestment (transfer of ownership and accountability from the DOD to the DOD-approved Vetted Syrian Opposition [VSO]) in accordance with guidance."

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