B. The Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and the Services should create and maintain cross-program/cross-Service digital infrastructure that enables rapid deployment, scaling, testing, and optimization of software as an enduring capability; manage them using modern development methods; and eliminate the existing hardware-centric regulations and other barriers.
B1. Establish and maintain digital infrastructure within each Service or Agency that enables rapid deployment of secure software to the field, and incentivize its use by contractors
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B2. Create, implement, support, and use fully automatable approaches to testing and evaluation (T&E), including security, that allow high-confidence distribution of software to the field on an iterative basis
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B3. Create a mechanism for Authorization to Operate (ATO) reciprocity within and between programs, Services, and other DoD agencies to enable sharing of software platforms, components, and infrastructure and rapid integration of capabilities across (hardware) platforms, (weapon) systems, and Services
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