Vice Adm. H. Denby Starling II, commander of the Naval Network Warfare Command, answers the question: What was the most important C4ISR development of the past year and why.
Brig. Gen. Thomas Cole, program executive officer of the Army's Program Executive Officer for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, answers the question: What was the most important C4ISR development of the past year and why.
Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Sorenson, Army chief information officer, answers the question: What was the most important C4ISR development of the past year and why.
The imminent demise of the National Security Personnel System leaves many wondering about the prospects for pay for performance in government.
A new generation of sensors, high-capacity data networks and integrated digital technologies have finally begun to deliver on the promise of putting critical information about enemy location and intent in the hands of warfighters.
Enabling network-centric operations will require a broad set of standardized policies to ensure that systems interoperate and that the proper policies accompany the information as it is handed off from one domain to another.
The Defense Information Systems Agency isn’t just trying to increase efficiency with its technology base. The agency's procurement team is building a strategy based on avoiding the creation of new contracts.
Shifting demands, funding setbacks and the agency’s BRAC relocation pose new challenges to DISA’s recent gains in service delivery.