Tuning Technical Capabilities to Meet the Needs of Future MPEs
The modernization of national defense is in a period of rapid advancement that binds partners and coalitions together through data like never before. The path forward relies on what the Pentagon calls Mission Partner Environments. MPEs allow the U.S. military to communicate, collaborate, and share sensitive or classified information securely and in real-time. In this main stage session, GDIT’s MPE luminary and Special Operations Forces veteran Eric Tapp explains how the future of MPEs involve data centricity, Zero Trust, and a transport agnostic architecture that delivers flexible and interoperable Command and Control (C2) systems to coalition partners.
Hans Hollister, Vice President & General Manager, Air & Space Forces, Defense Division , GDIT
George Jackson, VP of Events, GovExec