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  • Writer's pictureJoshua Duvall

GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (8/10–14)

This week's Weekly Debrief is chock full of news, including the NDAA, a Russian hacking tool, Space Force doctrine, Army's new communications tech, FPDS to by October, and expert commentary on SBA's loan forgiveness FAQ.



  • FCW – FBI, NSA reveal undisclosed Russian hacking tool

  • "In a joint alert, the National Security Agency and FBI warned that Fancy Bear, a group of hackers from Russia's General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), are using a previously undisclosed piece of malware targeting Linux operating systems to conduct cyber espionage."


  • SPO – U.S. Space Force's First Space Doctrine Signals Expansive Plans

  • ​"The U.S. Space Force released its first space doctrine today, the foundation upon which future doctrine will evolve and “serves as a key guidepost for the ethos and values of the nation’s newest armed service.” The “capstone” doctrine, Spacepower, envisions an expansive role for Space Force far beyond Earth orbit."

  • DefenseOne – Here’s the Theme Driving the US Army’s New Communications Tech

  • ​"A common theme emerges from the U.S. Army's efforts to field several new communications technologies: for the foreseeable future, the service's comms programs are about pushing more data to and from the front lines in the face of increasingly aggressive electronic-warfare activities."

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