Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Army Cyber Chief Wants Rapid Acquisition Authorities

HUNTSVILLE, AL -- Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, chief of Army Cyberspace Command, said today that the Army is discussing how it can leverage the rapid acquisition authorities it built up during operations in Iraq and Afghanistan to equip the cyber force of tomorrow.

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