DISA Global continues Thunderdome Zero Trust program progress

Stacy Beiser
DISA Global Field Command
July 6, 2022 

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The Thunderdome project management office and DISA Global team meet in front of DISA Global Field Command headquarters, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois on June 12. (Photo by Stacy Beiser, DISA/Released).

The Defense Information Systems Agency Global Field Command hosted Dr. Brian Hermann, director of DISA Cyber Security and Analytics, and the DISA Thunderdome project management team June 12-23 at DISA Global Field Command headquarters, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.   

The teams continued making progress on the Thunderdome Zero Trust security model project, including reviewing its concept of operations, and contract support details. DISA Global’s Thunderdome operational test support is on time and scheduled to be completed in fiscal year 2023. 

“We believe Thunderdome will have a significant impact on future Department of Defense networks,” said Doug Sleeper, DISA Global Plans and Programs Directorate lead, who helped to facilitate the two-week effort. “Having the Thunderdome project management office and our command meet ensures we are both synchronized on the program’s path forward.”

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