Acquiring Innovative Software Applications and Technology to Deliver Overmatch Capabilities to the Department of Defense
Dr. Richard Linderman, the Deputy Director for Information Systems and Cyber Security for the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics), gives an overview of the Department of Defense acquisitions for information systems. Dr. Linderman additionally shares the lessons he's learned in understanding the needs of the DoD and Federal Intelligence Agencies, the decision making process through the creation of analysis of actionable intelligence, and how to ensure the DoD is equipped with innovative tools and applications to combat emerging threats.
In this past presentation, William Flynn the Director for Integrated Fires, Innovation and Space for the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff N-2 U.S. Navy, shares the best practices to secure and filter raw data.
Army’s Intelligence Perspective Strengthening Intelligence Capabilities Through the Creation and Analysis of Actionable Intelligence
In this past presentation, Lieutenant General Robert Ashley, the Deputy Chief of Staff G-2 for the U.S. Army, shares strategies for equipping soldiers with innovations. Lieutenant Ashley additionally gives an insight into the future requirement and standards to meet the demands of emerging threats as well as how enhanced filtering and analyzing processes are rapidly generating actionable intelligence.
Direction of IARPA, Research and New Developments in Processing and Exchanging Data to Support the Nations Infrastructure
Dr. Jason Matheny, Director of IARPA for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, shares R&D approaches to support intelligence agencies efforts and how the implementation of machine learning and automated systems is increasing optimization.
In this past speaker presentation, Lieutenant General John N.T. “Jack” Shanahan, Director for Defense Intelligence (Warfighter Support) for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, explores the emerging tools to enhance feasibility. Additionally, Lieutenant General Shanahan shares future strategies, processes and resources to support operations; as well as policies for strengthening the capabilities of packaged data to aid decision makers.