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Report: DoD-Wide Electronic Warfare Strategy Ready for Ashton Carter’s Signature

ElectronicWarfareWilliam Conley, deputy director for electronic warfare at the Defense Department‘s acquisition office, has said the first DoD-wide electronic warfare strategy is finished and now headed to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter for his signature, Breaking Defense reported Friday.

Sydney Freedberg Jr. writes Conley told a forum hosted by the Association of Old Crows EW that the department plans to share the unclassified base strategy document with industry partners and foreign allies.

Conley added the document highlights information sharing with the industry and allies; proactive exploration of new technologies; cost imposition approaches; and optimized modeling and simulation of the effects of electronic warfare, Freedberg reported.

The deputy director also looks to facilitate events that will attract defense contractors with appropriate clearances for classified briefings such as the latest threat intelligence, the report stated.

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