Network officials emphasize simplicity, outline UNO acquisition strategy, during meeting with industry

By Evan Ochsner / May 16, 2022 at 4:12 PM
PHILADELPHIA -- Army officials say their plan to create a simplified network is designed to fix a central problem: The network has too many tools. “We have several hundred tools, several hundred capabilities,” Col. Christian Haffey, director of the Cyber-Capability Development Integration Directorate, told industry representatives during a two-day meeting here last week. “They're complex. They're not integrated. They're not cost efficient. It's costing us a lot to sustain those.” The proposed solution: Unified Network Operations -- a sprawling effort...

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