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Navy to Expand Information Dominance Capabilities
The U.S. Navy is working to incorporate information dominance as a key part of its future warfighting tool kit. As a part of this ongoing effort, the sea service is standing up a new force dedicated to information dominance.
NIE Successes for Small Businesses
As the U.S. Army’s Network Integration Evaluation continues to build on its positives and address its challenges, progress is being made in acquiring more capability from small business through efforts at the event.
Army Integrates Systems Tools Across Network Echelons
Soldiers are moving away from the programs that developed stovepiped network operations solutions for particular needs and domains, transitioning to integrated capability sets.
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A little more than a decade has passed since the founding of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and much has changed in both its mission and its makeup. The large cabinet department has undergone organizational adjustments at the same time the nature of its challenges has evolved. Technologies continue to play a major role in keeping one step ahead of potential malefactors, but planners must continue to anticipate the threat and how it can be deterred, prevented or mitigated.
NATO's mission to deter attacks on its member nations did not end with the collapse of the Soviet Union. The most successful multinational alliance in modern history evolved into a multifaceted security organization that helps keep the peace beyond the borders of its member nations. However, new threats have emerged, and the newly enlarged alliance now faces a different menu of challenges.
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