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Publisher's Notebook

Pete Yeatman, Publisher of COTS Journal provides his analysis, outlook and input on the military and aerospace electronics market. Each month Pete provides important information on the direction and trends associated with computing in government programs.

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Washington’s Three Ring Circus

Washington’s Three Ring Circus

Just as our small market segment begins to feel that things are starting to improve, Congress goes and shuts down the government. So now we have a government shutdown, the effects ofRead More...

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More Positive Signs

Earlier this year we reported on the dismal attendance by exhibitors and attendees at the 2013 AUSA Winter conference—and our disappointment in the lack of support for their industryRead More...

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Quantum Change on the Way

Apparently the overall economy has bottomed out and is s-l-o-w-l-y improving. And the military electronics market is also starting to move ahead. This does not mean that the generalRead More...

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Clock Ticks toward Sequestration’s Next Bite

It appears that everyone has now been reassured that the sky will not fall because of sequestration. This deep sigh of relief and relaxed attitude we’re taking should be reconsidered,Read More...

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Is the DoD Too Big to Change?

In the days when I was directly involved in supplying electronics for the military, we had to file mountains of paperwork substantiating the cost in our contracts. We had extremelyRead More...

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Best Year Ever?…Maybe for Some

Sometimes we can get caught up in trying to view things on too large a scale. We tend to see the Military Budget as a forest, and the forest has been hit by the sequestration blight.Read More...

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Close the Cyber Security Gap

Too many of us—including those in government—are sticking their heads in the sand when it comes to cyber security and cyber warfare. Almost thirty years ago, reality started to hitRead More...

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May Finally Have Hit Bottom

Sometimes you have to hit the bottom before you can work your way up and out. Thud. In February we found the bottom. The AUSA Winter is a conference we’ve attended and supported forRead More...

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