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Software Factories Driving Modernization at DOD

The White House and Pentagon tech leaders emphasize the importance of IT modernization after lessons learned from the Russia-Ukraine war: future fights will combine kinetic and information warfare, highlighting the criticality of cyber-secure software development for the modern warfighter. Software factories teach soldiers, seamen, airmen and Marines to code and tweak applications in a rapidly shifting, digitized battle space.

Inside, catch up on insights from:

  • Col. Richard Lopez, Senior Materiel Leader, Kessel Run, U.S. Air Force
  • Jay Bonci, CTO, Department of the Air Force
  • Lauren Knausenberger, CIO, Department of the Air Force
  • Christopher Yates, Software Engineer, Army Futures Command
  • and more...

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Lt. Col. Charlie Bahk
Director, Marine Corps Software Factory
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Jay Bonci
CTO, Department of the Air Force
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Patrick Johnson
Director, Workforce Innovation Directorate in the Office of the CIO, DOD
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Lauren Knausenberger
CIO, Department of the Air Force
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Col. Richard Lopez
Senior Materiel Leader, Kessel Run, U.S. Air Force
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Tom Rondeau
Principal Director for FutureG & 5G at the Pentagon’s Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
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Christopher Yates
DOD Army Chief Architect, Red Hat

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