The new tool will offer an advanced user interface that allows warfighters a single point-of-control for the LAV and related devices.
Science Applications International Corp., Reston, Virginia, was awarded a $12,847,708 cost-no-fee and firm-fixed-price contract for information technology support services. Bids were solicited via the internet with six received. Work will be performed in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, with an estimated completion date of January 31, 2025. Fiscal year 2020 operations and maintenance, Army funds in the amount of $12,847,708 were obligated at the time of the award. 411th Contracting Support Brigade, Seoul, South Korea, is the contracting activity (W91QVN-20-F-0157).
Air Force CROWS organization injects cyber resiliency into the service’s acquisition processes, training and weapons systems.
The effort in St. Louis advances interoperability for first responders.
Service leaders say they will restart the program with new requirements.
Essye Miller, principal deputy, Department of Defense chief information officer, wants to reshape the cyber workforce conversation.
Keys to building a world-class cybersecurity workforce include altering the pipeline and changing the perception of it, as well as showing people cybersecurity can be fun.
Lt. Gen. Stephen G. Fogarty, USA, commanding general, U.S. Army Cyber Command, stressed the importance of people during his keynote at the third annual Cyber Education, Research and Training Symposium.
Diverse entities must coordinate efforts to maximize effects.
More than 60 aircraft and 300 personnel from the U.S. Air Force, Navy, Army and Marine Corps participated in 18th Wing’s first WestPac Rumrunner exercise January 10.
The Defense Department has a strategy for cyber forces. Now it must coordinate it among the different services.
The Army intends to award contracts next month to QinetiQ for four light remote combat vehicles and to Textron for four medium vehicles.
The military satellite communications platform is leveraging commercial technology to increase resiliency.
Our attack surface and complexity are only expanding as commercial, government and Defense Department networks modernize and move to the cloud and software-defined networks.
As 2019 comes to a close, SIGNAL looks back at the top 10 most viewed articles of the year.
1. Army Cyber To Become an Information Warfare Command
March 14, 2019
The shift reflects the importance of integrated capabilities, above and beyond cyber.
Signing of the NDAA later today codifies the military’s new service branch.
A company founded by military veterans uses artificial intelligence to alert clients to major events, such as natural disasters, strikes or political unrest, around the world that will affect their organizations and operations.
A National Science Foundation effort to ensure U.S. national leadership in wireless technologies will not stop at fifth-generation capabilities commonly referred to as 5G.
High-frequency radios may be more resilient, military sensors more sensitive and 5G communications more versatile because of a technological breakthrough initiated by the Army Research Laboratory.
The competition is strong for individuals and groups to continue setting records discovering another depth of blackest black since the discoveries circa 2014.