Air Force names 5 companies to ABMS consortium to develop requirements and engineering

L3Harris, Leidos, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and SAIC were all selected to be part of ABMS Digital Infrastructure Consortium to help the Air Force build out the technical and business roadmap.

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Accenture, Peraton and Science Applications International Corp. each filed their protests Friday with the Government Accountability Office.

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At stake are billions of dollars in planned investments and the lives of troops who will rely on the underlying technology — and its interoperability — to fight and prevail in high-end combat.

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Nearly eight months after the "Fix Our Computers" letter went viral, DefenseScoop checks in on what's happened since.

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Air Force Secretary shed light on current technological priorities and in-the-works elements of the branch’s 2024 budget request.

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The program is intended to outsource basic IT services and free up airmen for more specialized network defense tasks and mission assurance.

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A final version of the strategy should be issued in the coming days, said CIO Lauren Knausenberger.

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The undersecretary of the Army has initiated a capability portfolio review of the Army's network to examine its requirements for the future.

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Project Convergence is about testing and demonstrating interoperability, not necessarily transitioning programs, the Army's No. 2 said.

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According to John Sherman, that near-term work will likely prove essential to winning future wars.

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The intelligence component’s CIO said his team is looking to commercial vendors to innovate in those areas.