PM Cyber And Space


Acquire and field offensive cyber and tactical space capabilities that protect the Soldier, the Nation and enable cyberspace superiority.


An Army equipped with upgradable, integrated and networked information warfare, cyber and space capabilities to overmatch the threat in multi and joint domain operations.

Mr. Christopher Green

Mr. Christopher Green Program Manager, PM C&S

Mr. Christopher Green assumed duties as the Project Manager Cyber & Space in July 2023. In this capacity he provides technical and managerial oversight of the development, acquisition, fielding, and life cycle support of the Army’s portfolio of offensive cyber infrastructure and cyber tool development.

Before his assignment at Project Manager Cyber & Space, Chris served as the Product Manager Joint Battle Command Platform (PdM JBCP) within the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications Tactical (PEO C3T), with responsibilities in leadership, managerial and administrative functions of 4 current and future Acquisition Category (ACAT) II programs with an average annual budget of over $300M. He provided leadership, mentoring, coaching
and management for a dispersed, multi-functional organization with over 200 core and matrix Army civilians, military personnel, and contractors.

Prior assignments include Deputy Project Manager, Defensive Cyber Operations within PEO Enterprise Information Systems (EIS). Additionally, he served as the Deputy Project Manager for Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems within PEO EIS, and Department of the Army Systems Coordinator for the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology.

Prior to his service as a Department of the Army Civilian, he accumulated over 8 years in the defense and steel industries and served for 5 years in the Army as an Ordnance Munitions Officer.

He has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal and the Civilian Service Commendation Medal.

Mr. Green has a Master’s in business administration from James Madison University and a Bachelors in Portuguese studies from the United States Military Academy. He is also a graduate of Defense Acquisition University Senior Service College Fellowship.

Mr. Green is a resident of Fairfax, Virginia and he is married to his wife Elena. They are the proud parents of their two children, Ethan (14) and Sophia (12).

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Ms. Catherine Hammer

Ms. Catherine Hammer, Deputy Project Manager PM Cyber & Space

Ms. Cathy Hammer assumed duties as the Deputy Project Manager Cyber & Space in August 2022. In this capacity she assists the Project Manager for Cyber & Space in providing technical and managerial oversight of the development, acquisition, fielding, and life cycle support of the Army’s portfolio of offensive cyber infrastructure and cyber tool development.

Before her assignment at Project Manager Cyber & Space, Cathy served as a Portfolio Lead at the National Security Agency (NSA) for 3 years. In this position she was responsible for the cost, schedule, and performance outcomes of a $300M program which provided critical computer network support. Additionally, she had direct oversight of $60M managing 10 computer network tools and oversight of 15 technical task orders with more than 100 contractors assigned.

Prior assignments include Program Analyst at the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency (DCSA) where she was a lead business manager and integrator, gathering and developing resource parameters for enterprise systems. Additional duties included identifying efficiency and efficacy of business operations through risk assessments, consolidation, and technical enhancements. Before DCSA she served as staff director/ Special Assistant to the Director of the Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (DoD CAF).

She has served in various other roles to include Senior Business and Financial Management Analyst at various industry partners as well as serving on the staff of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Financial Management and Comptroller.

She has been awarded the Meritorious Service award and the Exemplary Civilian Service Award.

Ms. Hammer has a Master of Science in Management from Catholic University of America, a Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs with a concentration in Economics from Trinity University.

Ms. Hammer is a resident of Silver Spring, Maryland. She has been married to her husband Steve for over 20 years and they have two children.

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Information Warfare Cyber Infrastructure (IWCI)

Joint Common Access Platform (JCAP)

The Joint Common Access Platform (JCAP) supports USCYBERCOM by providing a protected, managed, orchestrated environment and common firing platform to coordinate and execute the delivery of cyber effects against approved targets.  This capability enables Cyber Mission Forces’ (CMF) ability to execute operations while managing detection and attribution.



Software Firing Platform System that enables a cyber operator to manage, orchestrate, or interactively execute Offensive Cyber Operations. This capability provides cyber operators with (1) ability to iteratively automate and scale operations, (2) a common interface and visualization environment, and (3) a mechanism for cyber tool and operator metric collection.

Information Warfare Cyber Development (IWCD)

Rapid Capability Development Network (RCDN)

Remote accessible closed network supported by Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) hardware and COTS/ open-source software to drive cyber capabilities development and testing for DoD equities.




Foundational Toolkit (FTK)

Bespoke collection of modular software components that can be combined to pace the dynamic cyber landscape.

Tactical Cyber Equipment Radiofrequency Delivery Effects Platform (TCE RDEP)

Tactically deployable, RF-enabled hardware and software systems for use by Army Cyber forces supporting both dismounted/wearable and mounted/fixed-site configurations via C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS).




 Selectively deployed commercial hardware and commercial/custom software to enable passive (SC & DB) network mapping of desired objectives and actively (DB) impact data flows.  SC interprets network data to inform targeting process and DB captures and delivers network data for follow-on impacts.