House authorizers' cyber mark seeks to get handle on JADC2 costs, schedule

By Briana Reilly / June 7, 2022 at 12:06 PM
Citing concern over the Pentagon's progress in implementing Joint All-Domain Command and Control, the House Armed Services Committee's cyber panel is calling on the Government Accountability Office to review officials' planned schedule and costs tied to building a military-wide internet of things. The language, included in the Cyber, Innovative Technologies and Information Systems subcommittee’s mark of the fiscal year 2023 defense policy bill released today, comes as lawmakers are seeing to, in one aide’s words, move “toward alignment and supervision”...

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