It's clear the U.S. Army is going to have a strong requirement for software development practices such as Agile. Agile and DevOps software methodology for the Defense Department's Persistent Cyber Training Environment.
A report from the the Center for Strategic and International Studies, in partnership with Raytheon, found that since the 2016 elections, 40 states have invested more than $75 million to improve election security.
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It is critical that the team the Army selects to deliver its cyber training environment has experience in large-scale integration of complex systems, system engineering and rapid development capabilities, as well as a deep understanding of the operational context.
The United States is reliant on digitally-connected technologies that are fundamental to our national security, public safety, and economic prosperity. Our nation’s ability to protect and enhance the cybersecurity is a national imperative.
To help transform the Defense software acquisition model, parts of the Defense Department — most especially the Air Force and DIUx — are working with the traditional aerospace and defense industry as well as smaller Silicon Valley companies on pilot programs that take advantage of modern, commercial software processes.