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CDAO Seeks Insights on Secure Data Mesh Data Integration Layer for CJADC2

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CDAO Seeks Insights on Secure Data Mesh Data Integration Layer for CJADC2

The Department of Defense’s Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office is planning to use a secure data mesh solution for the Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control vision.

According to CDAO, its vision for CJADC2’s data integration layer would include a data mesh that uses the zero trust cybersecurity protocol, as well as a combination of proprietary and non-proprietary open-source software. The data integration layer will support U.S. and allied warfighters’ data exchange missions, give personnel information and decision advantage and enable a decentralized, global connectivity, among other goals.

The CDAO is seeking insights from the private industry on the current state of commercial data mesh capabilities to inform its ongoing experimentation activities. The deadline for responses is Nov. 29, according to a notice posted on Tradewinds AI.

The call is part of several efforts to develop CJADC2 in recent months.

In September, Leidos secured a $74 million prime contract to provide analytical and engineering services for CJADC2. In July, Microsoft and Orion Space Solutions partnered to build an electromagnetic data mesh network to improve data interoperability and decision-making.

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