This article briefs that due to the downsizing of the entire Department of Defense (DOD), massive budget cuts, and hiring freezes, many senior leaders at the Pentagon, military bases, and DOD agencies are trying to walk out the revolving door.
This article mentions that according to one former National Security Agency official, the United States' history as a leading innovator in technology, manufacturing and intellectual capital means cybersecurity must be understood as a matter of national security.
This article describes that to many people, Sept. 11, 2001, was the day the world changed. To Adm. Eric Olson, former commander of the U.S. Special Operations Command, it was just the latest chapter in a long story.
In this article Gen. Keith B. Alexander, Commander, U.S. Cyber Command and Director, National Security Agency/Chief Central Security Service shares insights on leading for success in the mobile frontier and amid the rapid evolution of technologies and threats.
This article describes that the economic problems of the past few years have taken their toll on local governments, including police departments that have been forced to layoff or furlough law enforcement officers and cut back on services that could put public safety at risk.
Three days of desperate fighting ultimately leads to Union victory and the defeat of Confederate forces during Pickett’s Charge on July 3, 1863—the High Water Mark of the Battle of Gettysburg. It was at Gettysburg that the leadership edge of the Civil War shifted, and there are three big leadership lessons to learn from the battle.
This article details that in the past 10 years, federal workers who identify as Hispanic or Latino, along with African-American and Asian employees, have made the most gains in securing senior-level positions across the federal government, according to a new report from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.