October 28 - 30, 2020 | Washington, D.C.

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Breakdown of the Military's 2020 IT Modernization Strategy

Breakdown of the Military's 2020 IT Modernization Strategy

Ahead of the 2nd iteration of the Network Modernization Summit, taking place this March 31st through April 2nd in Washington, D.C., we took an in-depth look at the U.S. Military’s ongoing efforts to modernize their networks. In today’s increasingly complex threat environment, modernized networks are necessary to support Soldier mobility and to create an advantage on the battlefield.

Take a look at the Military's IT Modernization Strategy Budget Breakdown for FY20 to learn where the DoD is spending their cyber budget.

10 Ways To Modernize IT

10 Ways To Modernize IT

The Department of Defenses Chief Information Officer,Teri Takai, introduces the 10-Point Plan for IT Modernization.

Mission Command Center of Excellence  Near, Mid & Far-Term Goals

Mission Command Center of Excellence Near, Mid & Far-Term Goals

In the following interview Jeffrey R. Witsken, Director, Mission Command Network Integration Mission Command Center of Excellence, U.S. Army discusses near, mid and far term goals of the Mission Command Center of Excellence as it relates to network modernization, the future of network modernization as it relates to the military within 2-5 years, technologies that will make modern command posts more agile for commanders, and where he sees the most development or acquisition happening in terms of technology.