Tag Archives: Joint Interoperability Test Command

Tyto Athene Receives NETCENTS 2 Task Order to Provide E911 Sustainment for U.S. Service Branches

Tyto Athene

Tyto Athene, a full-service systems integrator of network services and solutions, has received a NETCENTS 2 task order from multiple sites for the U.S. Air Force, Air Force Reserve Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and Air National Guard. Tyto Athene has projected that the transaction will further enable the company to address the requirements of technology-enabled digital transformation and joint all-domain operations. 

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Pentagon’s Testing Office Offers Recommendations to Facilitate MHS Genesis EHR System Deployment

Electronic Health Record

A report from the Department of Defense’s (DoD) office of the Director Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E) recommends that the undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness provide the Defense Health Agency (DHA) with sufficient resources to support continued training, content development and other assistance during the deployment and sustainment of the MHS Genesis electronic health records system.

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Fix Begins for DoD’s Vulnerable Health Records System

The Department of Defense began working to fix the cybersecurity vulnerabilities discovered in its new electronic health records system, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. DoD formed a working group to fix the Military Healthcare System Genesis that was found last fall as “not survivable” when hit with staged attacks by military hackers and information technology specialists. 

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DISA Holds First Symposium on Command, Control Interoperability; Stephanie McMillan Comments

The Defense Information Systems Agency conducted its inaugural symposium on the command and control interoperability program at DISA’s headquarters from June 13 to 15. DISA said Tuesday that the symposium’s goal was to help share information across combatant commands, develop a flexible approach to the program and standardize the management of the Command …

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DISA Announces Full Operational Capability for Videoconferencing Service

The Defense Information Systems Agency‘s Global Video Service has achieved full operational capability and has been deployed at Defense Enterprise Computing Centers to support IP-based video teleconferencing. GVS is based on Vidyo‘s H.264 SVC commercial videoconferencing technology, which received certification from the Joint Interoperability Test Command in 2012 for use at the Defense …

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