"Defense Systems" magazine from Post Newsweek Tech Media in January.
Post Newsweek Tech Media (Washington, D.C.) will begin the publication of "Defense Systems" magazine with a January/ February issue. The new title will be published six times a year for a controlled circulation of 40,000.
Taglined "the magazine for defense transformation," the title will be targeted to purchase decision-makers in the defense and intelligence communities, including administrative operations, network, communications, procurement and engineering managers as well as executive and command officials in U.S. government agencies and armed services The Constitution authorizes Congress to raise, support, and regulate armed services for the national defense. The President of the United States is commander in chief of all the branches of the services and has ultimate control over most military matters. who plan, specify, acquire and deploy mission-critical systems in support of business, homeland security and military functions.
Post Newsweek said the new title will be "unique" in its focus on how new technologies are affecting the Department of Defense's (DOD (1) (Dial On Demand) A feature that allows a device to automatically dial a telephone number. For example, an ISDN router with dial on demand will automatically dial up the ISP when it senses IP traffic destined for the Internet. ) missions and operations as they evolve into net-centricity, the DOD's net-centric plans embodied in the Global Information Grid The globally interconnected, end-to-end set of information capabilities, associated processes and personnel for collecting,processing, storing, disseminating and managing information on demand to warfighters, policy makers, and support personnel. , GIG-Bandwidth Expansion and Net-Centric Enterprise Services Net-Centric Enterprise Services (NCES) is a Department of Defense program, managed by the Defense Information Systems Agency, to develop information technology infrastructure services for future systems used by the United States military. programs. The magazine will cover the transformation of the DOD into a "knowledge-dependent, IT-driven enterprise" with information on finances, health and personnel systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance may refer to:
Editorial will include feature articles on such topics as defense networks, military-grade clients, enterprise finance applications, new network technologies, logistics and resource management, cyber-security and the DOD infrastructure, personnel and force transformation, security standards, and mapping and GIS.
Post Newsweek Tech Media also publishes "Government Computer News," "Washington Technology" and "Government Leader" magazines as well as the Federal Technology Almanac almanac, originally, a calendar with notations of astronomical and other data. Almanacs have been known in simple form almost since the invention of writing, for they served to record religious feasts, seasonal changes, and the like. ."