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The Department of Defense’s (DoD) network is a system of unique systems, applications and tools, each designed with specific requirements, accesses, interfaces, and expected outcomes. Together the system is so large and complex that no single entity can appreciate or control it. As such, it becomes sensitive to emergent behavior and vulnerable to an increasing number of sophisticated threats. Technological improvements are underway but alone, can’t be considered complete solutions to this problem.
To improve the DoD network’s reliability in the face of threats, leaders must take a broader view of this “system of systems.” They should recognize that the technology challenges, characterized by the physical complexity and distributed nature of military networks, are also accompanied by similar, overly complex governance, management, operational, and control mechanisms.
“To improve the DoD network’s reliability in the face of threats, leaders must take a broader view of this 'system of systems.'”
Understanding and dealing with the pertinent organizational dynamics of military networks is vital to improving the network’s ability to operate and respond. DoD entities and agencies need to cooperate to achieve mission success but in many cases agencies find it challenging to do so.
Agencies who operate under a shared mission now need to evolve to mission integration. This means leaders must seek tailored technological solutions to network resilience issues as well as modify governance structures, update bureaucratic policies and procedures, and develop models to support collaboration and information sharing.
Agencies with a shared mission need to evolve to mission integration and seek tailored technological solutions to network resilience issues.