On October 22, 2015, President Obama vetoed the National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”) for Fiscal Year 2016.  In so doing, the President cited concerns over provisions keeping in place the sequester, preventing reforms to modernize the military, and making it more difficult to close Guantanamo Bay.  As a result, the acquisition provisions of the 2016 NDAA are likely to remain unchanged in the version of the bill that is ultimately passed.  Those provisions will have a significant impact on government contractors.  This post addresses some of the key cybersecurity aspects of the bill.
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