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CYBERCOM to Commence Joint Cyber Warfighting Architecture Integration in 2024

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CYBERCOM to Commence Joint Cyber Warfighting Architecture Integration in 2024

Khoi Nguyen, the U.S. Cyber Command’s command acquisition executive and director of the cyber acquisition and technology directorate, J9, bared that his team is developing a 2024 roadmap to synchronize the organization’s operational capabilities into a single, integrated platform.

The Joint Cyber Warfighting Architecture comprises CYBERCOM’s cyber operations platforms, which are developed and maintained by different Pentagon components, DefenseScoop reported Friday.

Speaking at an Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association event earlier in January, Nguyen explained that he aims to improve interoperability between the JCWA’s six “disparate program shops,” including the U.S. Army-managed Joint Common Access Platform, which is used to conduct offensive operations beyond friendly firewalls.

He said his team’s goal in the near term is to transfer tools developed in the Joint Development Environment to JCAP, a process that requires manual disk burning and uploading.

Nguyen added that to address reciprocity issues, CYBERCOM officials aim to unite the different DevSecOps environments under each program into single DevSecOps platforms.

Officials also want to implement a common Kubernetes platform where all users and programs can add applications, he noted.

CYBERCOM is working with Parsons to develop and integrate the JCWA.

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