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Gabe Camarillo

Members of the Tennessee Army National Guard Defensive Cyber Operation Element (DCOE) augments cyber security during Cyber Shield 2022 at the Army National Guard’s Professional Education Center on Camp Robinson, North Little Rock, Arkansas on June 12. (U.S. Army photo by Illinois National Guard Capt. Clarissa Estrada).

Army asking Congress for billions in 2024 to implement zero trust, cloud transition, BYOD and other digital transformation efforts

The Army's fiscal 2024 spending blueprint for accelerating digital transformation was based on reviews of the force’s capability portfolios, Undersecretary Gabe Camarillo said.
Rendering of the Terrestrial Layer System, the Army’s next-generation tactical vehicle based system that delivers an integrated suite of signals intelligence, electronic warfare, and cyberspace operations capabilities. (Photo by John Higgins)

Army must continue to embrace open architectures to win in electronic warfare, undersecretary says

Undersecretary of the Army Gabe Camarillo is touting the importance of open systems architectures as the service makes progress on electronic warfare systems.
A U.S. soldier of 4th Battalion, 319th Field Artillery Regiment, 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), communicates over the radio during Saber Junction 18 at the U.S. Army’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, Sept. 23 , 2018. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Dhy’Nysha Shaw)

Iterative development paradigm shift to fielding network equipment is paying dividends for Army

Army officials say a paradigm shift tin how it develops and fields network equipment has made a difference.
Army 2nd Cavalry Regiment
The 2nd Cavalry Regiment used its on-the-move Tactical Network Transport during a live-fire exercise at Rose Barracks, Germany. (DOD photo / 1st Lt. Ellen C. Brabo, 2nd Cavalry Regiment)

DOD still has work to do on OTA transparency, per GAO

The GAO found that while progress has been made, the DOD must continue to forge greater transparency in the OTA consortiums.
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Gabe Camarillo, Undersecretary of the Army, receives an orientation to the Transport Erector Launcher of the Long Range Hypersonic Weapon by members of the U.S. Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office and Lockheed Martin during a visit to Huntsville, Alabama on April 1, 2022. (Army photo by William King)

Army undersecretary sees interoperability, not tech transition, as ultimate metric of JADC2 success

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