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Continuing the Work of the 2021 National Resource Management Summit Action Plan

Developing systems and processes that look at as many aspects of resource management as possible is important to maximizing buy-in from stakeholders.

Leading with Character: A Powerful Force

Perhaps the reason I revered Sidney Poitier was that he displayed virtues I admired, but couldn’t quite achieve.

Cyber Officials Recommend Holistic FISMA Reform Incorporating Threats and Tech of Tomorrow

Digital enhancements implemented by government agencies and the private sector that increase productivity and interconnectedness also increase the threat surface.

DOJ National Security Division Adding New Domestic Terrorism Unit as Extremist Threat Grows

Racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists are most likely to conduct mass casualty attacks against civilians, FBI tells senators.

OIG Finds USCIS Did Not Adequately Manage the U Visa Program

Congress created the U visa program to protect victims and help law enforcement investigate and prosecute serious crimes.

The Heart of Strategic Influence: Aristotle’s Contribution to Addressing DisInformation

We must discern the nature of the conflicts we are in, and whether or not we fight with effective weapons.

With Focus on Domestic Extremism, Be Vigilant for Escalating Incel Threat

More than “loners,” incels are stark examples of “incompetent joiners” – young angry men fueled by a sense of aggrieved entitlement.

How Omicron Affects Travel Plans and What You Can Do About It

The concern now is not simply one of health but of having enough skilled workforce in operation to keep infrastructure functional.
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