C3I

April 1, 2018
By George Duchak
Putting information on par with the other warfighting capabilities will greatly facilitate employment of the power of information and its integration with kinetic capabilities.

The U.S. Defense Department must move aggressively to better understand information warfare and its implications to national security. To propel the necessary next steps, the department must organize information resources not only to meet military cyberspace requirements but also to address how adversaries view U.S. cyber assets.

Although the nation has long dominated the communications and information systems landscape, past success makes it vulnerable in the future. Consequently, forces and the weapons platforms they rely on are increasingly susceptible to information attacks.

May 2, 2011
By George Seffers

Progeny Systems Corporation, Manassas, Virginia, is being awarded a potential $78 million contract to provide engineering services, including research and development, analyzing, design, fabrication and integration of hardware and/or software solutions that collectively provide command and control, communications and intelligence functionality for delivery to Navy submarines. This effort is being awarded under the Small Business Innovative Research Program and is titled Topic No. N96-278, "Technology Infusion Methodology for Commercial Off The Shelf-based systems." The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity.