DCGS program office says fixes improving intel processing capabilities

By Rachel Cohen  
February 9, 2018 at 9:05 AM
Air Force Distributed Common Ground System officials say the director of operational test and evaluation's latest findings on the program are outdated because he did not account for recent software updates and new system baselines. In his fiscal year 2017 testing report , DOT&E Robert Behler found upgrades to DCGS signals and geospatial intelligence capabilities, known as System Release 3.0.1 and GEOINT Baseline 4.1, were unsuitable for operations. He recommended end-to-end system testing to ensure DCGS can produce useful intelligence...

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