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CHIPS Articles: DoD Launches New Chief Technologist Website

DoD Launches New Chief Technologist Website
By CHIPS Magazine - April 25, 2019
The office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD(R&E)) launched a new public website, https://www.cto.mil.

The new website will help members from the different services, industry, academia, allied partners and the American public to stay informed on happenings in the DoD research, development, engineering and technology enterprise, according to a DoD news release.

"We are very excited to launch our new website," said Dr. Lisa Porter, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering. "Our goal is to increase awareness of our efforts, and to utilize these platforms to engage with the broader research and development community, as we endeavor to develop innovative solutions that bring new capabilities and technology to the warfighter."

The website is launched in time for DoD Lab Day, on April 25, 2019, showcasing the innovative research and development performed across the department's laboratories, warfare centers, and engineering centers. More than 80 exhibits will highlight key innovations in areas including artificial intelligence, autonomy, robotics, directed energy, hypersonics, advanced computing, "big data" analytics, and biotechnology.

This unique opportunity to interact with the scientists and engineers will be showcased on the OUSD(R&E) Twitter page, @DoDInnovation.

The OUSD(R&E) mission is to foster technological dominance across the Department of Defense and ensure the advantage of the American warfighter.

For more information about OUSD(R&E), refer to https://www.cto.mil/

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