Modernization With MOSA

Modernization with MOSA

As the Army continues its modernization effort, there has been an emphasis around the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA). The Defense Standardization Program defines MOSA as “a technical and business strategy used to design affordable and adaptable systems.” MOSA enables systems to operate in an open interface and communicate across varying operating systems. Understanding how…

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Meet the Experts - Danny LaFavor

Meet The Experts – Danny LaFavor

Danny LaFavor works to support the Apache Attack Helicopter Project Office, coordinating with multiple aviation divisions on the establishment of sustainment for Controlled Cryptographic Items (CCI). He is a valuable asset to our team. Read now to learn more about Danny!

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U.S. Air Force awards JS Solutions $46 billion IDIQ contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded JS Solutions, a company specializing in logistics support, engineering and consulting services – one of multiple prime contracts supporting the United States Air Force. The contract is valued at $46 billion dollars over a 10-year period.  The Eglin Wide Agile Acquisition (EWAAC) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract will…

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Meet The Experts – Luis Maldonado

A 23-year Army Veteran, Luis Maldonado works as a Product Integrator at JS Solutions, focusing on Future Vertical Lift Cross-Functional Team (FVL CFT) and the Combat Aviation Brigade Architecture Integration Lab (CAB AIL). Read about Luis’ expertise and experience thus far at JSS!

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The Risk of Open Source in DoD

With the public release by CISA of the Vulnerability notice related to the Apache Log4j vulnerability, we as senior Cybersecurity professionals and executive-level leaders, should all begin to take more seriously the use of open-source frameworks as the basis for an enterprise-level application, or as a framework supporting a weapon system and its operations. While…

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