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Tool Framework in Support of FY2025 Priority

Updated: Apr 10

The 2023 National Cybersecurity Strategy and the 2023 National Intelligence Strategy identify the modernization of federal defenses as a key strategic objective to secure America's future. In preparing the FY 2025 Executive Branch budget, the White House has made clear that "consistent with the five pillars of the National Cybersecurity Strategy (NCS), departments and agencies should prioritize five cybersecurity effort areas: 1) Defend Critical Infrastructure; 2) Disrupt and Dismantle Threat Actors; 3) Shape Market Forces to Drive Security and Resilience; 4) Invest in a Resilient Future; and 5) Forge International Partnerships to Pursue Shared Goals." Goal three of the National Intelligence Strategy challenges organizations and agencies to "deliver Interoperable and innovative solutions at scale."

In support of the National Cybersecurity Strategy and to aid budget preparations, federal leaders convened at the 2023 ICIT Spring Briefing to share practical guidance, strategies, and tools to support federal modernization efforts. Co-hosted by MFGS Inc., the briefing explored the intersections of modernization, mission delivery, and national security, highlighting the challenges faced by federal leaders and offering solutions to facilitate the modernization process. Among the tools discussed at the briefing was the Mission Dominance Model, a widely adopted, prescriptive framework based on open standards designed to improve speed-to-deployment by facilitating decision-making around modernization efforts.

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