The cyber commands are planning to add thousands of new personnel. Where will they come from? And how will the services train them?
Jamming technology used in Iraq and Afghanistan could disrupt radio and cell signals used to set off bombs — if they can work with Russian networks.
Technologies would help soldier and small units prepare for major field exercises.
The $103 million contract calls for replacing aircraft test equipment with the next-generation eCASS.
The Air Force’s Boeing Space-Based Space Surveillance satellite detects threats more quickly than ground systems, decreasing risk of damage by two-thirds.
DISA says the plan, which will begin deployment Jan. 31, will support 80,000 BlackBerrys, about 98 percent of its new network.
The Insight program will utilize forecasting algorithms and behavioral learning to determine threats.
The five-year, $400 million contract gives the Army, Marines and other commands access to the easily deployed devices.