via the Army Times
Knowing they are being monitored, personnel might avoid enterprising or creative behavior for fear it would be flagged by monitoring software, [Tanji] said.
Tanji also predicted the technology would come at a considerable financial cost, both to warehouse the data collected by the software and to pay the added staff needed to monitor the reports it generates.
For those who are already complaining that a “company sized element” is out of whack with reality, allow me to point out that my background is MI, largely strategic MI, and the amount of data that a unit like that processes is ridiculous when compared to units that may spend most of their time in the field. Of course your mileage may vary, but let’s not lose sight of the ultimate point I’m trying to make: this is a people problem, not a technical one.
*Technically speaking, I’m a very young Old Crow, having been trained in EW before the Army killed it off…and then started it up again. Old-school Old Crows will take exception. Well, chase me down in your Rascal scooter if you can, old man.