Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Networking Force 2025
By LTG Robert S.Ferrell (Army CIO/G-6), LTG Michael E. Williamson (ASA (ALT) and BG Daniel P. Hughes (PEO C3T) WASHINGTON (AUSA ARMY Magazine, Sept. 2014) Secure smartphones and tablets for soldiers. Wi-Fi for command posts. Digital assistants for Mission Command. Offensive and defensive cyber weapons. Sound like science fiction?
Army, Navy reorienting IT toward JIE
WASHINGTON (C4ISR & Networks, Aug. 2014) - Army and Navy CIOs discuss Joint Information Environment, cybersecurity and future cyber leaders.
Enterprise Architecture Info for LandWarNet 2020
WASHINGTON (June 2014) -- The Army published a sixth IT Reference Architecture titled Identity and Access Management v3.0 in May 2014. The Army enterprise reference architecture publications define the strategy, architecture, and required actions to realize LWN 2020 and Beyond. They also support capability set management as the primary approach for modernizing the network and IT acquisitions.
Under SecArmy Carson visits NIE, thanks troops at Fort Bliss
FORT BLISS, Texas (May 19, 2014) -- Trading Beltway briefings for a Black Hawk and a backpack, Undersecretary of the Army Brad R. Carson visited what he described as one of the Army's premier installations to highlight one of the service's top modernization priorities, the tactical communications network.
Army Enterprise Network Vision
  Army Soldiers, Civilians, and mission partners have the right information at the right time at the right place.

Leader Blog


  A Little Awareness is a Big Deal

            By LeRoy Lundgren            

Strategic Documents
  LandWarNet 2025 and Beyond, March 2014 (PDF)  
  Enterprise Architecture for LandWarNet 2020  

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