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James Cullum
Multimedia journalist James Cullum has reported for over a decade to newspapers, magazines and websites in the D.C. metro area. He excels at finding order in chaotic environments, from slave liberations in South Sudan to the halls of the power in Washington, D.C.

There is No ‘After the Fact’ in Preparedness: VA’s Response to Hurricane Maria

Hurricane showed need to “learn and progress from an agency to whole-of-government to whole-of-nation approach.”

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Georgia Man Plotted to Attack White House with Rocket, Authorities Say

Authorities say Hasher Jallal Taheb planned to fire on the White House to gain entry and then attack with assault rifles and backpacks laden with explosives.

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Government Shutdown Pushes Border Security Expo to March 26-27

The event was scheduled for Feb. 6-7, but the government shutdown has created attendance complications for many who planned to come.

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Tripwire: 60 Percent of Organizations Suffered Container Breaches in 2018

The “State of Container Security Report” found that 94 percent of respondents were concerned about container security.

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Perspecta Wins Contract to Upgrade California’s CAL-ACCESS Political Paperwork Filing Platform

The Virginia firm will create a product to allow candidates and other parties to meet filing requirements and make it easy to upgrade.

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USCG Leadership: ‘We Remain a Ready, Relevant and Responsive Coast Guard’ Through Shutdown

“Your Coast Guard leadership team recognizes the anxiety and concern across our total mission-ready total workforce,” Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Karl Schultz said.

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Trump Administration Warns of Incoming Caravan During Government Shutdown

As the government shutdown nears one month, about 1,300 Honduran migrants are making their way through Guatemala, according to multiple reports.

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Deloitte: China Sitting Pretty as a World Leading Tech Leader in 2019 and Beyond

“China is wielding a great deal of capital and its massive market to advance its agenda,” notes a new report by multinational services network Deloitte.  

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UK Firm Awarded $291 Million Contract for Radiation Portal Monitors

RPMs are detectors at ports of entry that can scan automobiles, containers, packages and people for radiation-emitting materials.

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Charting a Post-Shutdown Course for DHS Contracting Opportunities

“Look at a way that we can add to a ‘talent cloud,’ so we can share talent between government and industry.”

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