The drive to modernize—to boost the availability of digital citizen services and the quality of the citizen experience—has been gradually accelerating for nearly a decade. Change has sometimes seemed incremental, but still inevitable.
As colleges and universities work through their plans for a safe reopening this fall, they’re realizing that one of the most profound impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the system shock it delivered to the planning process.
Splunk's Frank Dimina breaks down how JADC2 provides a necessary evolution for the armed forces, operationalizing battlefield data while enabling more confident, rapid decision making by military leaders.
The guide lays out 15 areas where every college and university must focus its planning—including functional areas like academics and student life, and five cross-functional concerns.
This guide features what amounts to an organization chart laying out 15 essential focal points for institutional planning—from functional areas like academics, faculty governance, student services, and student life, to the leadership and planning steps to develop and solidify a reopening plan.
After decades of effort to improve coordination and increase interoperability among the branches of the U.S. military, JADC2 leverages the power of technologies that have been the stuff of science fiction forever, but are only now becoming available in real life.