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US Army Rolls Out Initial Phase of Global Secure Classified Network

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US Army Rolls Out Initial Phase of Global Secure Classified Network

The U.S. Army has rolled out the first phase of the Global Commercial Solutions for Classified program.

The Global Secure Network program will deploy a secure internet protocol router-consolidated security suite, providing service members access to classified networks regardless of location. The service branch aims to have the program operational by fiscal year 2025.

The CSfC is a program led by the National Security Agency that uses commercial security products to secure classified information, Federal News Network reported.

Tom Dunaway, the Global Enterprise Network Modernization—OCONUS product office’s product manager, said that his team is working closely with the Global Enterprise Network Modernization—Americas to address common scenarios involving commanders acquiring their capabilities as the product manager cannot move fast enough. 

The Americas product office is the entity responsible for bringing standardized networking solutions across the service. It has been working to collapse the Army’s networks in recent years and link its tactical battlefield network with enterprise networks.