TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 19, 2020 — Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of government policy and strategy at Inmarsat Government, said the extent to which the government and the private sector can discuss future actions will help companies make decisions about technology investments and partnerships, ExecutiveBiz reported March 11.
Air Force Magazine reported March 9 Department of Defense officials are moving to address red tape and information flow issues they believe affect daily operations in the space domain.
According to the report, policy experts said during the Satellite 2020 event that overclassification affects military space technology procurement efforts.
“Partnership and the exchange of information enriches the investment of the commercial sector,” Cowen-Hirsch was quoted as saying. The business she leads at Inmarsat provides global satellite connectivity and managed network services to the government sector.
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