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Report: IARPA Head Lisa Porter Stepping Down

Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity Director Lisa Porter is stepping down from her post, Wired reports. Porter, IARPA leader since the agency’s 2008 start, announced her plans to colleagues March 30, according to the report. The agency is the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s research arm, similar to the …

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Report: DARPA Director Regina Dugan to Join Google

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Director Regina Dugan is leaving her post after more than two years to take a position with Google, Wired reported. Eric Mazzacone, a DARPA spokesperson, told Wired Dugan will attain a senior executive position with the Internet company within the next few weeks. DARPA Deputy …

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Defense Cyber Research Spending to Go Up 50% by 2017

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency plans to increase its cybersecurity research spending by 50 percent over the next five years, DARPA Director Regina Dugan said Monday according to a report in InformationWeek. DARPA’s budget request for fiscal year 2012, which began Oct. 1, called for its cyber research funding …

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DARPA Director: Agency Focuses on Execution, Vision

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has always been at the leading edge of technology. For example, have you heard of a little thing called the Internet? But now, the agency says it’s taking the lead in putting the focus on execution along with vision. In testimony before the House …

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