Summarized by the Alliance for Fort Gordon
Published June 10, 2022
The 7th Signal Command (Theater) and U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) conducted America’s Theater Synchronization Review virtually and in person at the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta., Ga., June 7-9, 2022.
The twice-yearly reviews allow participants to synchronize schedules, priorities and funding, explained 7th Signal officials. The stakeholders come from Army and Department of Defense technology and communications-related organizations in the continental U.S., including 7th Signal Command; ARCYBER; the Network Enterprise Technology Command; the Army Chief Information Officer; the Army Program Executive Office-Enterprise Information Systems; the Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Command, Control, Communications, Cyber Operations and Networks (G-6); and the Defense Information Systems Agency.
During the review stakeholders get an assessment of the participating organizations’ current and future efforts across the continental U.S., including planning, synchronization and prioritization of C4 (Command, Control, Communications and Computer) and information technology related programs, projects and activities, 7th Signal officials added. The events also give stakeholders a forum to discuss their key events, priorities and issues for resource execution 18 to 24 months in advance, as well as budget planning and execution for the coming three to five years.