Added by Timothy W. Coleman on March 15, 2014 at 3:25pm —
Government data indicates that sequestration has trimmed budget for intelligence programs from $72 billion to $68 billion during the past fiscal year, Fierce Government reported Wednesday.…
Added by Ross Wilkers on November 7, 2013 at 1:02pm —
The office responsible for the Defense Intelligence Agency‘s contracting functions has released a draft request for proposals for a potential five-year, $6 billion contract covering information technology services for defense and intelligence agencies.
Large and small businesses will be considered for the Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology… Continue
Added by Ross Wilkers on October 11, 2013 at 10:26am —
by Stephanie Sullivan, Consultant
Agencies recognize that software vendors are the experts in the cyber security field, and they’re virtually begging for stakeholder engagement, so it’s really becoming more and more important to involve yourself in building out requirements, and to meet those voluntary but critical security needs.
Dr. Ron Ross, Senior Computer Scientist and Information Security Researcher at NIST, stressed at yesterday’s immixGroup cyber… Continue
Added by immixGroup on August 1, 2013 at 5:21pm —
New Version of OnAsset's SENTRY(R) is the M2M Industry's First Dual Mode Solution for Tracking High Value Cargo Anywhere around the Globe
Added by Robert Hahn on February 2, 2012 at 12:30pm —
Sprint has a reputation for being a leader in the industry when it comes to location-based services. For over a decade we have been helping innovative companies vastly improve the way they manage assets, track people, improve service levels and act as positive agents for societal change.
The proof is in the expansive range of location-enabled wireless devices and applications we've helped partner companies develop-utilizing technology that can tell you exactly where your workers and… Continue
Added by Robert Hahn on January 17, 2012 at 10:31am —
This blog entry was originally posted on [acronym] Online, blog dedicated to those in the public sector working within 2D and 3D digital design. Visit [acronym] Online on GovLoop, too.
When you think about geospatial technology, more often than not what comes to mind are maps, earth… Continue
Added by Noel Carr on March 10, 2011 at 4:07pm —
The blog entry below contains excerpts from
‘Putting Virtual “Boots on the Ground” – Law Enforcement Gets Intelligence on Demand,’ originally written by Caron Beesley, editor of [acronym] Online. [acronym] Online is a blog dedicated to those in the public sector working within the 2D and 3D digital design, GIS,… Continue
Added by Noel Carr on November 16, 2010 at 3:23pm —
In my last posting I wrote about the advantages of using the Adaptive Project Framework
(APF) to deliver Gov 2.0 projects. I argued that Gov 2.0 needs new management methods to take advantage of the new technologies and deliver on the promise of open, transparent, and accountable government. But Gov 2.0 doesn’t stop at the launch of a successful project. The project must become an enduring process that is… Continue
Added by Bill Brantley on September 27, 2010 at 8:30am —
There must be something in the air. Or is it the water? Over the past couple of weeks there have been some pretty sensational stories about the Intelligence Community. First, we had the Russian spies, then the Washington Post’s expose on the IC (well timed, right before Clapper’s confirmation hearing – but we digress), and stories about the lack of GAO oversight for the community. And, CBS News recently ran a story about how top secret spy work is done in neighborhoods around the Washington DC… Continue
Added by Matt Langan on July 22, 2010 at 7:04am —
Just before the start of a “Stress, Change and Creative Teaming” workshop, I was testing out my microphone. The program was for managers of a global engineering company. Most of the 50 + particpants were ex-military, now contractors working with commands and brigades based at Ft. Hood, TX or presently stationed overseas. As I called out, “Can people in the back hear me?” a former Sergeant Major who knew me from my work at Ft. Hood (and had recommended me as a speaker) reassured the audience,… Continue
Added by Mark Gorkin on February 22, 2010 at 9:30am —
Added by Donna L. Quesinberry on October 3, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Welcome once again to the Friday’s Food for Thought post. We hope everyone had a productive work week and are gearing up for a relaxing weekend. And, we are deep into vacation season. So, if you are taking some well-needed time off, we hope you enjoy it! Today’s post is about “Knowledge is Power.” What does that mean? How does that tie into what we do? Think about it. The core of geospatial intelligence is about getting the right information (whether from imagery and mapping) and getting it… Continue
Added by Matt Langan on July 24, 2009 at 1:15pm —
Added by Donna L. Quesinberry on June 22, 2009 at 11:30am —
Dabbling in written arts & technical wizardry - part 1 of 20 series
National Writing Examiner, Donna L. Quesinberry
Defining yourself as a writer involves introspection and self-awareness. To develop positive characteristics, and deliver uniquely satisfying written products, whether a novelist, journalist, technician, poet, or business… Continue
Added by Donna L. Quesinberry on May 7, 2009 at 10:36pm —
Let’s face it. DARPA is always on the bleeding-edge when it comes to developing advanced technologies for defense. Just when you think they have outdone themselves, they come up with something even more mind-blowing. DARPA’s latest foray is into developing technologies that actually see through concrete walls, meaning there is no place for insurgents to hide.
CNET broke this story today.
The purpose of this new DARPA… Continue
Added by Matt Langan on April 9, 2009 at 10:29am —
The job of being the chief executive of the intelligence bureaucracy, which also includes the daily White House intelligence briefings, is a dual-hatted role that can challenge even the most hard-working and ambitious DNI. This, according to a recent article in GovtTech
(taken from the National Journal), which stated that the first two directors of National Intelligence, John Negroponte and Mike McConnell,… Continue
Added by Matt Langan on January 14, 2009 at 10:00am —
The Associated Press just broke a story
about Obama wanting Dennis Blair, as the new and not-yet-announced-or-confirmed DNI, to take on a more streamlined office — and focus exclusively on giving strong direction to the nation’s 16 intelligence agencies.
While the source for this story was anonymous (which is often the case), so here’s the noteworthy paragraph from the… Continue
Added by Matt Langan on January 7, 2009 at 12:46pm —
President-elect Obama has certainly drawn plenty of comparisons to President Clinton. From bringing on former Clintonites like John D. Podesta and Rahm Emanuel, it seems that team Clinton will be back in office on January 20th.
What is really interesting is that Obama is also being compared to Clinton when he first came into office regarding weak foreign policy and national security experience. The Public Record just came out with an article
that showcases these comparisons… Continue
Added by Matt Langan on December 16, 2008 at 3:55pm —
For those of you who have not read David Ignatius editorial in the Washington Post this morning, it is worthy of checking out. He breaks down all of the challenges facing the intelligence community and what should be done under the Obama administration. From highlighting the “left-right slugfest” over the fate of the community, to discussing how the new DNI should be the “Warren Buffet” of intelligence.
Ignatius states that the new DNI should “be the chief executive of a diverse… Continue
Added by Matt Langan on December 11, 2008 at 2:29pm —