This special report, sponsored by Mercury Systems, provides a comprehensive perspective on how modular, open systems architectures are helping the military to modernize and keep pace with emerging technologies while simplifying acquisition and cutting cost. Learn More
The Department of Defense (DoD) currently hosts 15,000 network enclaves, 2,000 data centers, hundreds of thousands of mobile devices and over a million users -- all with a nearly $40 billion information technology budget. The massive and decentralized department creates a diverse IT infrastructure throughout the military services and defense sub-agencies. This special report will explore the major topics confronting policymakers at the DoD.
The Defense Department requires its land forces to seize, hold and secure land in a variety of missions around the globe. To do so, the Army and Marines have a variety of armored vehicles, both tracked and wheeled. Some date back to the Vietnam era, others even further. Budget uncertainties and the impact of sequestration have led to raids on modernization money to fund troops heading into harm’s way as a series of crises rise from the Middle East to the Russian border states. This special report will explore the plans for keeping vehicles "ready and relevant" out to 2060 and perhaps, beyond.
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