DOT&E finds Command Post Computing Environment deficiencies

By Jaspreet Gill / January 31, 2020 at 1:29 PM
The Pentagon's top weapons tester has made several recommendations to improve the Army's Command Post Computing Environment after labeling the system operationally ineffective and unsuitable for soldiers. In June 2019, Director of Operational Test and Evaluation Robert Behler assessed the CPCE, a server-based system that enables command posts to directly communicate through a common operating picture, and found the system required more development prior to fielding and was not survivable in a cyber-contested environment. Behler's annual report covering testing...

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