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Quick Hits: April 23

*** Army Lt. Gen. Karen H. Gibson has stepped in as deputy director of national intelligence for national security partnerships at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. She replaces Kelly Gaffney, who has served as acting DDNI for NSP since last summer.  The NSP, according to ODNI, integrates data and capabilities between the intelligence community and the Defense Department, as well as the information sharing environment with domestic federal, state and local agencies, among other duties.

*** The Army's Enterprise IT as a Service initiative is still in the early stages, but the scope and priorities are starting to take shape. Nick Wakeman offers his take on WashingtonTechnology.com. 

*** Why has the Navy signed up for FirstNet?  On GCN.com, Stephanie Kanowitz explains how the military is leveraging the network best knows for supporting first responders. 

*** Don't forget about Washington Technology's new Power Training professional development courses. The first session of Mastering Stakeholder Engagement is May 3; June and July sessions are also available. click here to learn more.

Posted on Apr 23, 2019 at 12:37 AM


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