News You Can Use: 06/29/16

National Security

Senate Dem blocks intelligence authorization over FBI surveillance, The Hill

Ethical hacking at the DoD draws interest from HHS, Federal Times

How Next President Can Build New National Security Space Strategy, Breaking Defense

Detainee Transfer Announced, DoD News

Lawmakers Want to See if Dumbing Down Smart Grids Might Thwart Hackers, Nextgov

Intelligence Planks for a Sturdy National Security Platform, Lawfare


Cyber Command Deputy Details Formation of Cyber Mission Force, DoD News

U.S. Military’s Cyber Capabilities Provide Strength, Challenges, Official Says, DoD News

Swaggering in Cyberspace: Busting the Conventional Wisdom on Cyber Coercion, War on the Rocks

Should Cyber Warfare Have Its Own Branch?, Task & Purpose

Benghazi Report

House Republican Report Reveals New Details About the 2012 Benghazi Terror Attacks, Government Executive

Fact Checking the House Benghazi Committee’s Findings, New York Times

Benghazi report: State worried about image of Marines marching through city, The Hill

Final Benghazi report: No ‘smoking gun’ pointing to Clinton, The Associated Press

Pentagon on Benghazi: Faster response wouldn’t have mattered, Washington Examiner


After the Brexit, What’s Next for Defense?, Defense News

U.S. national security adviser sees few immediate Brexit concerns, Reuters

Brexit casts doubt over new EU and NATO defense strategy, Reuters

The Security Costs of Brexit and What to do about it, War on the Rocks

Government Personnel

Guidance Issued on National Security Rotational Program, Fed Week

OPM Updates Hack Info Website, Nextgov

Unsurprisingly, TSP Funds Are In the Red After Brexit, Government Executive

DHS Rolls Out New Program to Train Executives in Private Sector, National Defense

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