Gary Winkler, program executive officer for enterprise information systems at Fort Belvoir, Va., discussed a number of current initiatives, including the Logistics Modernization Program, the Army Enterprise System Integration Program and the recently concluded Network Service Center Operational Validation exercise.
As commander of the Naval Network Warfare Command, Vice Adm. H. Denby Starling leads a 14,000-strong cyber force deployed worldwide to protect Navy information networks.
Army Col. William Hoppe oversees the WIN-T program, which was established to provide high-bandwidth, mobile, two-way satellite communications and ad hoc mesh radio connectivity to battlefield commanders.
Army Maj. Gen. Nickolas Justice presides over a diverse group of Command, Control and Communications-Tactical programs. He talks with Defense Systems about his portfolio and about open-source technology, for which he has been a proponent.
Defense Information Systems Agency officials are laying the groundwork to develop a third collaboration platform that will incorporate and advance the most successful features of existing collaboration tools.
Defense Information Systems Agency officials think the path to ubiquitous network support for warfighters is in cloud computing.
New tools only partly address sweeping spectrum demand.
The Air Force’s CIO and warfighting integration chief discusses the essential role of space in combat operations.
Navy CIO charts course for NGEN, CANES.
The assistant secretary of Defense for networks and information integration and Defense Department chief information officer talks about the transition to a new administration and what's left to do on his watch.