Commercial satellite operators say they're willing to pay for anti-jamming and other protective systems on their spacecraft to assuage the security concerns of government users, but only if the government will restructure its procurements to encourage such investments. "We're willing to do that if they're willing to develop a better contractual relationship with us, meaning longer-term leasing, and help us make the business case for putting these additional protections onboard," said ...

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