It's the Architecture! Do you agree?

August 1, 2007

Is the architecture of the U.S. government’s information technology network hopelessly insecure and inefficient. Is it true that no amount of federal largesse invested in the current web-based structure will ever take us where we need to be? With improvements in bandwidth as well as growing broadband options, should new architectures be developed? Should the government take the lead and identify requirements for a new network architecture?


Share Your Thoughts:

Why aren't any federal officials responding to these pointed criticisms or Gen. Cartright's testmony?