CYBERCOM seeks $236 million for unfunded priorities

By Tony Bertuca / April 18, 2022 at 9:11 AM
U.S. Cyber Command has sent Congress a list identifying $236.4 million in unfunded priorities, according to a document obtained by Inside Defense . The command says the bulk of the unfunded need -- about $168 million – would go to “cyber mission force operational support” and would “facilitate increased throughput of advanced cyber training and joint curriculum development and maintenance." The list also identifies a need of $56.4 million for “Joint Cyberspace Warfighting Architecture” to ensure CYBERCOM's "Cyber Mission...

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