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Shows & Panels
Evaluating Better Buying and building DoD's cyber workforce
Wednesday - 9/19/2012, 8:49pm EDT
Our guest for most of the hour in this week's edition of On DoD is Frank Kendall. He was principal deputy undersecretary of defense at the time Better Buying Power was signed two years ago and moved up to the position of undersecretary upon his Senate confirmation in May. He discussed which elements of Better Buying Power have served their purpose and which ones haven't.
Later in the show, we shift our focus to the training of the DoD cyber workforce. Henry Sienkiewicz, vice chief information assurance executive at the Defense Information Systems Agency and Roger Greenwell, DISA's director for field security operations join us to talk about the agency's plan to build on its track record of information assurance training and develop modular, DoD-wide training for specific cyber roles across the military services.