The RFI is looking for submissions addressing the Air Force’s needs in the cyberspace for possible inclusion in the Air Force Cyber Vision 2025 study, which will identify best practices in the government and private sector, according to the solicitation.
According to the RFI, the Air Force wants the study to address cyber capabilities as part of its core missions in air, space, cyber, and Command and Control Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance and engage with industry, academia and “government to leverage capabilities and experience.”
The Air Force is seeking the “cyber advantage” in its air, space, C2ISR and cyber missions. This means cyber superiority in areas such as “doctrine, workforce development (education and training), acquisition and support.”
Responses that address cyber solutions should address “adversary threats which may exploit, disrupt, deny or degrade Air Force data, networks, systems and mission in the near- mid and far-term range.”
Submissions should focus on advanced solutions and ideas in early development stages and should also focus on future development.