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Enabling JADC2: How Digital Engineering Reduces Risk

June 5th, 2023

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In partnership with Federal News Network, GDIT’s Mike Nash recently sat down with leading subject matter experts across the Department of Defense (DoD) to include Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense to talk about how digital engineering is reducing risk, lowering costs, and increasing design quality. They also discuss how digital engineering is becoming critical across the DoD and how usage of digital threads and automation can transform how agencies manage the lifecycle of systems, from acquisition through sustainment.

Tune into the full program to learn more about the current state of digital engineering development, current use cases and best practices, and how it is integrated with Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).

I tend to think of digital engineering as just modernizing systems engineering. But to me, it's really establishing sources of truth in model that can be broadly used digitally, by other aspects of engineering processes. So if we can execute these processes faster, we're saving money and saving time.

Mike Nash

Director of Digital Engineering Solutions, GDIT