Steve Aftergood: DoD C4I (DODIN) Is Hosed….

Corruption, IO Impotency, Military
Steven Aftergood

DoD Network Operations Face a Contested Environment

The actual network infrastructure is “antiquated and is failing at high rates,” Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson told the House Armed Services Committee last year in response to questions for the record in a newly published hearing volume.

Robert David STEELE Vivas

ROBERT STEELE:  In 1994 I not only drafted the first warning letter to the White House on cyber-vulnerabilities, but I also was invited by the National Research Council to comment on the Army’s new multi-billion dollar C4I futures architecture. It is with great sadness that I look back at a quarter century of knowing the answers and not being heard.  Washington DC does not want the truth, it does not want answers, it wants unlimited borrowing to support unlimited spending, 50% of which is documented waste, much of it support crimes against humanity at home and abroad, and no one seems to give a shit.  I often feel I am a solitary sane person living in a criminally insane world.  An Open Source Agency is the ONE THING our President could establish that would increase his power — and public power — by a factor of ten.

See Also:

Steele, Robert. Letter to Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres, “Subject: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) with Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE),” January 2, 2017.

Steele, Robert. For the President of the United States of America Donald Trump: Subject: Eradicating Fake News and False Intelligence with an Open Source Agency That Also Supports Defense, Diplomacy, Development, & Commerce (D3C) Innovation to Stabilize World. Earth Intelligence Network, 2017.

Steele, Robert. “Data Mining: Don’t Buy or Build Your Shovel Until You Know What You’re Digging Into,” Washington, DC: National Research Council, October 25, 1994, to the working group reviewing the US Army’s multi-billion-dollar future communications architecture.

Steele, Robert with James Anderson, William Caelli, and Winn Schwartau, “Correspondence, Sounding the Alarm on Cyber Security,” McLean, VA: Open Source Solutions, Inc., August 23, 1994.