The acceleration of innovation presents the defense industry with a challenge: How do we embrace digital transformation to help inform strategic decisions so we can better respond to sophisticated new threats? It will require solid global relationships, international defense cooperation, joint development of defense technologies and systems, and sharing ideas between the public and private sectors. Read the perspectives from industry and political leaders around the world, including our president and CEO Mark Aslett.
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