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The DoD Enterprise DevSecOps Initiative (DSOP) is a joint effort of the DOD's Chief Information Officer (DCIO), Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, and the Military Services. The purpose of the DSOP is to bring automated software tools, services and standards to DOD programs so that warfighters can create, deploy, and operate software applications in a secure, flexible, and interoperable manner. Platform One is the DoD-wide DevSecOps Enterprise Level Service that provides software factories and program offices with managed IT services capabilities, on-boarding, and support. Platform One enables users to start their software work with a 90% solution instead of reinventing the wheel. Other benefits include avoiding vendor lock-in, baked-in Zero Trust security, and delivering capabilities to the warfighter at the speed of relevance.

Mr. Nicolas Chaillan serves as the first Air Force Chief Software Officer and is the Co-lead for the DoD Enterprise DevSecOps Initiative along with the DoD CIO. As the Air Force's senior software czar, Mr. Chaillan is responsible for enabling Air Force programs in the transition to Agile and DevSecOps to establish force-wide DevSecOps capabilities and best practices, including continuous Authority to Operate (c-ATO) processes and faster streamlined technology adoption. Prior to his current position, Mr. Chaillan was the Special Advisor for Cloud Security and DevSecOps at the Department of Defense, OSD, A&S and Special Advisor for Cybersecurity and Chief Architect for Cyber.gov at the Department of Homeland Security. In addition to his public service, Mr. Chaillan is a technology entrepreneur, software developer, cyber expert and inventor. Mr. Chaillan is recognized as one of France's youngest entrepreneurs after founding, WORLDAKT at 15 years of age. Mr. Chaillan founded 12 companies, including AFTER-MOUSE.COM, Cyber Revolution, Prevent Breach, anyGuest.com, and more. Over the last eight years alone, he created and sold over 180 innovative software products to 45 Fortune 500 companies.

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