Army looks to innovate cyber and electronic warfare acquisitions

November 30, 2018 at 3:09 PM
The Army's cyber and electronic warfare communities are focusing on a "campaign of learning and prototyping" as they develop a new acquisition process that runs closer to the rapid pace of development in the private sector. Adam Nucci, deputy director of cyber, EW and information operations for the deputy chief of staff G-3/5/7 said the service is looking to streamline the acquisition process. "The idea is to get fielded capability faster instead of spending seven years just building the program...

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