New OUSD(R&E)-funded Virtual Institutes for Cyber and Electromagnetic Spectrum Research and Employ (VICEROY) Program

Section 1640 of the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 authorized the Secretary of Defense to carry out a “Program to Establish Cyber Institutes at Institutions of Higher Learning for purposes of accelerating and focusing the development of foundational expertise in critical cyber operational skills for future military and civilian leaders.” Under the “Virtual Institutes for Cyber and Electromagnetic Spectrum Research and Employ” (VICEROY) Program, the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, in collaboration with the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Griffiss Institute, will work with academia to form new Virtual Institutes that will provide high-impact, experiential learning opportunities capable of imbuing students with the needed skills.

To find out more about the Call for Proposals, please go here.

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