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U.S. Cyber Command Driving Out Redundancies in Warfighting Architecture

As part of an effort to improve its warfighting architecture, U.S. Cyber Command continues to seek increased acquisition authority and is trying to drive out redundancies, Khoi Nguyen, who is in charge of acquisition at the command, said May 5 at the C4ISRNet Conference.

The Joint Cyber Warfighting Architecture, or JCWA, was established in 2019 and has been slowly taking shape. The aim is to consolidate and standardize Cyber Command’s big-data tools that help forces share information and plan missions. The command previously relied on tools, personnel and infrastructure from the National Security Agency.

“I would say it’s moving forward, we are getting momentum,” Nguyen said. The command, through congressionally approved defense policy, has been able to establish a program executive office for the JCWA, for one.

Read the rest of the story at C4ISRNET.

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