The daring raid that killed Osama bin Laden represents a triumph for thousands of anonymous federal intelligence employees, and a validation for scores of reforms made to the battered intelligence community over the last decade.
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Intelligence agencies are leveraging new surveillance technologies and IT architectures to facilitate information sharing in their anti-terrorism and other national security efforts.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers has released a guidance document to help state governments adopt the National Information Exchange Model that is designed to improve information sharing across government.
Intelligent Software Solutions won a $49.9 million task order for a system to gather and share intelligence information across multiple military and federal sources.
The Air Force is building a cloud-based system aimed at sharing intelligence information across multiple military and federal sources.
The military arm has awarded Intelligent Software Solutions (ISS) a $49.9 million contract to use its Web-Enabled Temporal Analysis System (WebTAS) to help the Air Force gather and analyze intelligence information it uses to plan and execute missions, according to ISS.
The United States Department of Commerce held a press conference this morning to announce the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace--or NSTIC for short. The initiative is a partnership between the government and the private sector to improve online security and strengthen consumer confidence in the Internet.
Kentucky isn’t the first place you’d expect to see suspicious behavior, but instances of domestic terrorism such as the Oklahoma City bombing are a reminder that criminal activities aren’t confined to high-profile cities.
With vigilance in mind, the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (KOHS) recently released an iPhone app that mirrors the “Eyes and Ears on Kentucky” website for reporting “suspicious activity.”
Los Angeles—Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today joined AEG President and CEO Timothy J. Leiweke at the company's STAPLES Center to announce the expansion of the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) "If You See Something, Say Something™" public awareness campaign to stadiums, arenas, theatres, clubs, convention centers and other venues owned by or affiliated with AEG Facilities—a division of Los Angeles-based AEG—in an effort to help ensure safety and security of the American public.
DENVER—A Fusion Conference: Not about fashion or music trends or nuclear physics but maybe a sign of the future for Indian country.
Despite occasional skepticism, some tribes coordinate crime and hazard information through 71 National Fusion Centers, many of them located on or near reservations nationwide.
HHS Deputy CIO John Teeter spoke about HHS involvement at panel Wednesday, March 16.