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DoD Unveils Information-Sharing Program

Information-sharing seems to be the name of the game in intelligence these days. And, just in time, the Defense Department announced the finishing touches on a new information-sharing program that will allow soldiers in the field to more easily access information systems. After four years of designing, developing and testing, …

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DoD’s ‘Hybrid’ Cyber Policy

A top Defense Department official for cyber policy emphasized the need for collaboration across federal agencies and “hybrid models” to deal with cybersecurity. “For the past 14 months, we have been trying to continue to grow [U.S.] Cyber Command and its capabilities, at the same time looking at strategy and …

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NRO Mission Support Chief Addresses Intelligence Issues

Deputy Director of Mission Support for the National Reconnaissance Office Robert Zitz briefed the Intelligence and National Security Alliance last month on the timely issues of Multi-INT and information-sharing between intelligence agencies. Speaking before INSA’s Innovative Technology Council, Zitz emphasized access to communications, collaboration and support for intelligence-gatherers to better …

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Information Sharing Official Tells Agencies to Pick up Pace

In the post-9/11 world, government agencies in charge of national security information have learned how to share data. But now the government’s top official in charge of efforts to increase sharing efficiency wants agencies to speed up the process. Kshemendra Paul, program manager for the Information Sharing Environment, a presidentially …

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