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Space Force, intelligence agencies close to completing new strategic review

The Pentagon and the intelligence community are set to wrap up a “space strategic review” in late June or July, according to a senior Space Force official. Brandi Vincent has the story.


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Solarium Commission follow-on report calls for revamp of federal cyber hiring authorities

A follow-on report to the Cyberspace Solarium Commission has called for a revamp of federal cyber hiring authorities and additional pay flexibility to tackle a continued shortage of public sector cyber talent. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


Air Force sees 2 business models for integrating robotic wingmen into combat formations

The Air Force envisions having robotic wingmen that can work with manned aircraft for combat operations. But to enable that interoperability, the service needs to embrace new hardware and software business models that foster “synchrony and harmonization” among different components of the acquisition community, a senior official said. Jon Harper has the story.


Fick would bring much-needed energy jolt to State's new cyber bureau, observers say

Andrew Exum, a longtime friend of freshly anointed State Department cyber ambassador Nate Fick, didn’t hold back when he learned that Fick was in line for the highly anticipated State Department Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy ambassador-at-large job. Suzanne Smalley has the details for CyberScoop.


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A more purposeful mission: The Army’s multi-cloud approach

Raj Iyer, CIO for the U.S. Army, on operationalizing cloud technology to connect data across weapon system platforms and achieve digital overmatch. Iyer also expects that unclassified and classified users across the Army will utilize 100% virtual desktop infrastructure in the next two to three years. Learn more from Iyer.


WATCH: Interviews from Swish GIST 2022

  • During the Government, Innovation, Strategy and Technology (GIST) conference last month, top decision-makers from the federal technology community explored ongoing digital transformation across government, agencies’ adoption of zero-trust security principles in line with the president’s cyber executive order, how performance engineering leads to better customer service outcomes and much more. Tune in for exclusive interviews with:
  • Paul Kohl
  • Rick Shafer
  • Marlin McFate
  • Jason Prost
  • Dave Link
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