Ltg. Ed Cardon: Well this sector of the army has been pretty clear on mission to defend all the army networks and build them, what Jason had said, you know, often people talk about it like an egg, hard shell, gooey on the inside. So it's more of a transition to the defense in depth and to have a resilient network, it's probably the first piece, the second piece revolves around people and organizations. One big change this year is that secretariat made a decision, here right before the holidays, to transfer, we call the proponent, over to training and doctoring command but we'll be able to put cyber through the whole army now, that will be collocated with the headquarters when it moves to Fort Gordon and so you're going to have institutional part of the army collocated with the operational part of cyber and I think that is going to bring some huge energy, but the entire proponency piece will happen this next year and then the last piece is technology, it's virtualization, big data cloud analytics which is coming along this part of GIE and it's the continual collapsing of networks into GIE like architecture, we are going to get a lot of energy in that this year.
JIm Flyzik: Yeah. Terrific [sound cut off]