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Advancement of Partnership between U.S. Cyber Command and DARPA through Constellation Technology Pathway

Enhanced Collaboration between U.S. Cyber Command and DARPA for Future Cyber Technologies

The U.S. Cyber Command and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have strengthened their collaboration through the Constellation pilot program, aiming to accelerate the deployment of cyber technologies on the battlefield.

Since its inception in 2022, Constellation has focused on expediting the transition of cutting-edge cyber technologies from research to practical application. The program’s user-directed pipeline and incremental approach have facilitated the rapid adoption of software across various stages of development and delivery.

Lt. Gen. William Hartman, deputy commander of Cyber Command, emphasized the program’s potential to push technological boundaries and enhance national security capabilities. Through collaboration with DARPA, Constellation has facilitated several successful projects within the Orion Consortium, a group tasked with selecting and developing DARPA initiatives.

Dr. Kathleen Fisher, Information Innovation Office director, highlighted the importance of a continuous pipeline model to sustain the delivery of advanced cyber capabilities. By participating in DARPA-funded projects, researchers and end-users can contribute to the development of technologies vital for national security.

Moving forward, the partnership between the U.S. Cyber Command and DARPA aims to maintain a high level of efficiency in developing and deploying cyber capabilities for the benefit of the nation’s defense.

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