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On 14 Jun 22, the GAO published "Science & Tech Spotlight: Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)" (GAO-22-105990). The report's web page contains links to Highlights and the full two-page report.
On 14 Jun 22, the GAO published "Business Systems: DoD Needs to Improve Performance Reporting and Cybersecurity and Supply Chain Planning" (GAO-22-105330). The report's web page contains links to Highlights, three Recommendations to the DoD, and the 93-page Full Report.
On 14 Jun 22, the GAO published a publicly-releaseable version of its March 2022 sensitive report titled "Export Controls: Enforcement Agencies Should Better Leverage Information to Target Efforts Involving U.S. Universities" (GAO-22-105727). While the report's eight recommendations are aimed at Dept of Homeland Security's Immigration & Customs Enforcement, the Dept of Commerce, and the FBI, some of the research in question of being illegally leaked or purveyed outside the U.S. is sponsored by the DoD so that should concern us all.
The report's web page contains links to Highlights, Recommendations, and the full 58-page report.
Two program management guidebooks were published on 29 Apr 22 by DAU's Defense Systems Management College (DSMC). One, A Guide to DoD Program Management Business Processes (70 pages), replaces DAG Chapter 1 on Program Management. The other, A Guide to Program Management Knowledge, Skills, and Practices (37 pages), contains more day-to-day useful information for planning and executing programs, including many links to external references.
AFRL released a new instruction, 61-113, Science and Technology Protection for the Air Force Research Laboratory, on 3 Jun 22. This instruction replaces AFRLI 63-113 "to properly align with current Air Force (parent) publications and to ensure the publication is attuned with the correct subject matter series."
"This instruction implements DoDI 5000.83, Technology and Program Protection to Maintain Technological Advantage’ DAFPD61-1, Management of The Science and Technology Enterprise, and AFI61-101, Management of Science and Technology. This instruction applies to all classified and unclassified DoD-funded research and development (R&D) that is conducted by AFRL, henceforth referred to as “S&T efforts”. Special Access Programs (SAP), Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) programs, and non-collateral programs, as well as collateral portions of these programs shall comply with this instruction."
The 41-page instruction can be accessed at:
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