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10/21/2022
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U.S. Cyber Command leads a global defensive cyber operation. More details on the new CIO in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. And the head of DDS stresses the need to not revert back to pre-COVID in-office ways. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Oct. 21, 2022.

Cybercom conducts wide-ranging global defensive operation

U.S. Cyber Command recently conducted a wide-ranging defensive cyber operation across several organizations with the goal of improving its interoperability with partners and bolstering network defense. Mark Pomerleau has the scoop.


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New CIO within OSD is working 'to create an OSD IT enterprise'

The initial focus of the new CIO and Information Management and Technology directorate within the Office of the Secretary of Defense will be to drive the development of an IT enterprise for the office that has historically been missing, said the director of the newly established program. Billy Mitchell has more.


DDS chief urges feds to capitalize on shifting workplace expectations in recruitment

It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated Americans’ path to remote and hybrid work environments and considerably shifted expectations around work-life balance and workplace culture. Inside the Pentagon, this change is having more positive outcomes than technology-focused leadership originally anticipated, according to Defense Digital Service (DDS) Director Katie Savage. Brandi Vincent has more from Savage.


The quantum computing threat is real. Now we need to act.

Washington should strive to become the dominant power in quantum information sciences. Otherwise, the U.S. will be dangerously at risk, argue Sue Gordon, retired Adm. John Richardson and retired Adm. Mike Rogers in an exclusive op-ed. Read the op-ed now.


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