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RAND was at the forefront of early computer science and information technology innovations, building computers in the 1950s to improve researchers' military modeling capabilities and developing data communications technologies that were the forerunner of the Internet. Today, RAND researchers provide objective evaluations to military leadership and recommend policies and best practices to support continued technological innovation, adoption, and protection of critical military systems.

  • Cyber warfare operators monitor cyber attacks at Warfield Air National Guard Base, Middle River, MD, December 2, 2017, photo by J.M. Eddins Jr./U.S. Air Force

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    How the Military Might Expand Its Cyber Skills

    Apr 22, 2021

    The U.S. military will need to improve its software fluency if it wants to be dominant on the battlefields of the future. Ensuring that future leaders in the military develop cyber skills and the ability to interface with technical experts may be increasingly important.

  • Army Contracting Command-New Jersey's Maj. Bonny Dylewski and Capt. Reginald Gholston take part in the contingency contracting administration services mission training Oct. 29, photo by U.S. Army

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    Army Analytic Capabilities

    Apr 12, 2021

    The U.S. Army faces two analytical and management challenges because its data are locked away in siloed databases and it lacks access to modern analytical tools. Is there a simple and effective way to overcome these challenges?

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