The Defense Department is working to wrangle artificial intelligence projects across 40 different DoD organizations into a coherent S&T investment strategy.
Lessons learned from a very big, but very short event.
The third offset strategy was born under the Obama administration, but it may still have life under the Trump presidency. On Federal Drive with Tom Temin DoD reporter Scott Maucione speaks with Andrew Hunter, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies about what the third offset means under the new administration and where it’s going.
The Navy is incorporating virtual environments and distance learning so sailors can get training they need and not spend long periods away from their duty stations. It’s all part of the long term effort known as Sailor 2025.
DoD’s Third Offset strategy started investing in new areas last year to give the U.S. a technological advantage.
DoD’s number-two official points to Joint Interagency Combined Space Operations Center as the first operational example of the Pentagon’s “third offset” strategy.
The Defense budget prioritized research and development and cyber, but that doesn’t mean the third offset strategy is getting a lot of money in 2017.