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US, UK confirm new plan to cooperatively drive command-and-control advancements

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U.S. Lt. Gen. Mary O'Brien and U.K. Lt. Gen. Tom Copinger-Symes recently signed the Fully Networked Command, Control, and Communications (FNC3) statement of intent.

Air Force to share ‘war plan’ with cleared contractors in search for ABMS solutions

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The Air Force is ramping up its engagement with industry for its Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) initiative.

Data management challenges are top of mind at Project Convergence 22

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More work still needs to be done to standardize data, according to Army leaders.

Pentagon forms new AI hubs for R&D teams to share data and advance models

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OSD's principal director for trusted AI and autonomy briefed DefenseScoop on the new initiative.

The Army is creating a zero-trust program office

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The new office will not focus on acquisition but gaining better understanding over associated technologies to prioritize investments.

Army's Project Convergence aims to change how joint commanders assign targets across services

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In a future converged, joint fashion of wafighting, data will have to flow through a commander to help them assign resources and tasks.

New Army white paper lays out vision for high-tech force in 2030

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The "Army of 2030" vision highlights key technologies and other priorities for making the service a more “data centric" force.

Converged infrastructure and standards are critical for JADC2, says Ciena

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James Westdorp, chief technologist for Ciena Government Solutions, shares his insights on what will be key in the future of JADC2 capabilities. First, he says it’s imperative to have a converged infrastructure that will allow leaders to separate missions when needed but allow leaders to communicate seamlessly. Secondly, Westdorp also stresses that interoperability and standards will be essential—and being specific to which ones.

Mulesoft says trust is a key for a seamless transfer of data

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Mulesoft Regional VP Aaron Duchak shares his thoughts on what he thinks will be essential to successfully delivering a seamless transfer of data among the joint forces, especially in getting it to the endpoints to meet warfighter needs. He says, “one key element is trust,” and highlights strategies to move away from DOD’s siloed processes for better trust between branches.