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Statement of Honorable Curt Weldon Chairman, Research and Development Subcommittee Joint Military Procurement and Research and Development Subcommittee Hearing

By Cragin, Maureen

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Title: Statement of Honorable Curt Weldon Chairman, Research and Development Subcommittee Joint Military Procurement and Research and Development Subcommittee Hearing  
Author: Cragin, Maureen
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
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Cragin, M. (n.d.). Statement of Honorable Curt Weldon Chairman, Research and Development Subcommittee Joint Military Procurement and Research and Development Subcommittee Hearing. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: Today, the subcommittees on Military Readiness and Research and Development meet jointly to receive testimony on the status of the Department of Defense information superiority and information assurance programs and the measures that are being taken to establish and maintain information assurance as U.S. armed forces enter the 21st Century. We have just completed a classified briefing on the threat to the United States posed by cyber-terrorism and potential cyber-attack by Mr. Art Money, Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence) and Major General John Campbell, Vice Director, Defense Information Systems Agency. Members who were present at previous Research and Development Subcommittee hearings on information technology will remember that Joint Vision 2010, the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff concept for our armed forces future warfighting capability, depends upon information superiority over a future adversary as a key enabler that would provide significant advantages over adversaries during a conflict and would make both peacetime and wartime operations more efficient. However, as we have found in those hearings and as was reinforced in the June 1998 hearing on information assurance, the increasing reliance of the national defense, public and private sectors on information systems and the interlocking nature of the national defense, public, and private information infrastructures exposes us to significant vulnerabilities.

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