The Army has used authorities from Congress to pay bonuses to service members with specific cyber skills and it now is looking for ways to incentivize civilian workers to stay.
This program provides a progress report on cybersecurity strategies for defense and homeland.
This program will provide a progress report on cybersecurity in defense and homeland in government.
Last month, the Army, along with the rest of the military services, announced all of the active duty cyber teams they’re building for U.S. Cyber Command have reached their initial operating capability and are ready for offensive and defensive missions. Next in line: teams made up entirely of National Guard and Army Reserve personnel.
The Army uses Other Transaction Authority to buy cyber prototypes and hopes to use IT Box to deploy them broadly.