Modernization program

The government has announced it has begun acquisition planning for phase 2 of the Strategic War Planning System Modernization. The U.S. Strategic Command operates the system, which builds and maintains classified war plans.

The command is planning to transform the system to implement initiatives in the Quadrennial Defense Review and other plans. The current system provides support to war planners using tools integrated through an enterprise database. A systems architecture has not been defined, but the agency wants an evolving system with workflow controlled through an executive manager, and plan options generated through an optimizer. More details are at, solicitation no. FA4600-D302-541511.

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