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Technology & the Warfighter's Vision Conference

Vice Admiral Nancy Brown
Director, C4 Systems
Joint Staff, DoD
February 17th, 2009

Tags: cybersecurity , tech , cyber warfare , Nancy Brown , afei

Tuesday - 02/17/2009, 01:13pm EST

Social Media & the Pentagon: do opposites attract?

Charles "Jack" Holt III
Senior Strategist for Emerging Media
Defense Media Activity, Department of Defense
June 16th, 2009
(Reairs July 28th, 2009)

Tags: tech , blogger's roundtable , Techipedia , Intellipedia , Open Government & Innovations conference, transpa , social media , Defense Media Activity , collaboration

Tuesday - 07/28/2009, 09:29am EDT

MRAP

Tags: Andy Hove , Oshkosh Corporation , MRAP

Thursday - 07/02/2009, 03:16pm EDT
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From Outhouse to In-house

The Obama administration plan to federalize more jobs, according to Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, is a potential double-edged sword for current feds.

Tags: P&B , Mike Causey , outsourcing , defense budget

Monday - 04/13/2009, 04:00am EDT

DoD's Bob Lentz to retire

Robert Lentz will leave government after almost 35 years. He worked at DoD or NSA for his entire career.

Tags: technology , Robert Lentz , cybersecurity , information assurance

Wednesday - 09/23/2009, 07:33am EDT

The Death Toll Grows

The Associated Press says at least 868 members of the U.S. military have died in Central and South Asia since the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001. The Defense Department says at least 669 military personnel died in the Afghan region as a result of hostile action. Outside the Afghan region, the department reports 72 more members of the U.S. military died in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Other supporting the operation have died in Cuba, Africa, the Middle East, and East Asia

Tags: technology , pentagon , Afghanistan ,

Monday - 01/11/2010, 10:31am EST

Passport Peekers

Tags: pentagon ,

Thursday - 08/27/2009, 10:23am EDT

Swine Flu Update

Swine Flu is on everyone's mind right now and the military is included. North Command did not respond to several requests for information about how they're handling the situation, but the Pentagon said in a statement they're monitoring this public health emergency very closely with the primary goal being to preserve the ability of servicemen and women and DoD civilians worldwide to provide for national defense and sustain current military operations worldwide. Essentially, force protection is their priority

Tags: pentagon , swine flu ,

Tuesday - 04/28/2009, 11:06am EDT
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