Senate authorizers want to see more money for CYBERCOM, increased oversight of JCWA

By Briana Reilly / June 16, 2022 at 4:12 PM
Senate authorizers are recommending directing another $56 million to U.S. Cyber Command for the development of its integrated cyberspace landscape in the fiscal year 2023 defense policy bill, but lawmakers also want to stand up a new office to bolster oversight of the architecture. The increase for the Joint Cyberspace Warfighting Architecture was requested by CYBERCOM officials in their unfunded priority list , and has won full support from Senate Armed Services Committee members, according to the summary of the...

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