The Army Test & Evaluation Comment (ATEC) plans, integrates, and conducts experiments, developmental testing, independent operational testing, and independent evaluations and assessments to provide essential information to acquisition decision makers and commanders.
The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) C5 Center provides innovative research, development and engineering to produce capabilities for decisive overmatch to the Army against the complexities of the current and future operating environments in support of the Joint Warfighter and the Nation.
CECOM ensures the global readiness of complex, networked Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems and capabilities that provide our forces with advanced information and technology needed to communicate on today's battlefield. CECOM's 16,000 military and civilian team members provide systems engineering support, training expertise, network and cyber defense capability development, field service support, supply chain management and depot manufacturing and sustainment operations to ensure our expeditionary Army and Joint Force remains ready to operate, fight and win anywhere and at any moment.
Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) develops, acquires, fields and supports the Army’s tactical network, a critical priority that brings information dominance to current and future Soldiers.
PEO IEW&S develops and integrates sensors and sensor data across multiple technologies ensuring warfighters have a complete understanding of the battlefield. This is achieved through our ability to assimilate sensor information into relevant, timely products that can be used for targeting, situational awareness, force protection, and Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition (RSTA).
Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence and Space Systems (PEO C4I and Space Systems) is the Navy’s first line to acquire the right communication and technology tools to deliver affordable, integrated and interoperable information warfare capabilities to the fleet. PEO C4I is headquartered at NAVWAR’s Old Town Campus in San Diego, CA. It includes ten program offices responsible for acquiring fielding, and supporting C4I systems extending across Navy, joint, and coalition platforms. This includes the management of acquisition programs and projects that cover all C4I disciples.
Provides the only Marine Corps organic, operationally relevant, MAGTF Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) architecture for enterprise-level testing, engineering, analysis, troubleshooting, and solutions. This environment directly supports investment decisions for the Objective Network by establishing a rigorous and repeatable process to evaluate proposed changes and cyber vulnerabilities from the tactical edge and throughout the Marine Corps Enterprise Network. MCTSSA enables Joint Communications Exercises, Joint Interoperability Testing, Tactical Cloud Implementation, Cyber Developmental Testing, Naval Integration, tactical networking/voice, and System of Systems testing. This environment is also the sole solution in the Marine Corps for Link-16 Tactical Data Link Networks for air-to-air, ship, and shore targeting and messaging, validated at MCTSSA before Marine/Navy use in theater.
The JTNC executes its mission in cooperation with the Services and other Government agencies, with particular attention paid to ensuring that interagency work is collaborative, with the goal of eliminating duplicative capabilities. The JTNC centers its activities on the five core functions identified in the JTNC Charter such as: DOD Information Repository, Technical Analysis, Open System Architecture Standards, Exportability Analysis and Licensing Review.