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Defense Business Brief: JSASC recommends extra $25B for Pentagon; Securing defense supply chains; Electric passenger planes; and more.
On Thursday, the Senate Armed Services Committee voted 23-3 to recommend adding $25 billion to the Biden administration’s $715 billion Pentagon budget proposal in its markup of the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act. But just because the committee passed the defense policy bill with such a large, bipartisan majority in the Democrat-controlled Senate doesn’t mean it’ll have the same results in the House.
Alliance of 200 international companies launches initiative to improve supply chain cybersecurity
The government has several initiatives underway to improve cybersecurity in the supply chain. Now an alliance of 200 international companies has launched an initiative of its own, partly to help members deal with federal mandates and get better on cybersecurity. For more, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the president and CEO of the Global Business Alliance, Nancy McLernon.
While bulk power system remains reliable, key metric suggests worrying trend, NERC finds
Electric grid operators were forced to shed firm load for 22.4 hours in 2020 across the bulk power system (BPS), a significant increase over recent years and a potentially worrying trend as extreme weather events continue to impact the grid, according to an annual assessment issued Tuesday by the North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC).
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