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DOD’s Use of Data to Improve Acquisition Outcomes: What the RAND Corporation Learned April 14, 2022

by Nicole Sokolowski

Big data is big news across the U.S. Department of Defense. Experts cite that the use of data analytics leads to improved decision-making. Currently, there are many opportunities to streamline data standards, improve data silos, increase the use of data…

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Why It’s Time to Convert Standard Operating Procedures to Desk Guides March 21, 2022

by Sal Chavez

The term “standard operating procedure” was first recorded in the mid-20th century. According to Britannica.com, a standard operating procedure – also called standing operating procedure –…

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Cybersecurity: A Look at the Department of Homeland Security Vision and Roadmap February 17, 2022

by Crystal Mertes

Enhancing the nation’s cybersecurity resilience is a top priority for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). One year ago, newly appointed DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas

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Why Hybrid Project Management Methodology is a Fit for Our Times January 26, 2022

by Margarita Carrasco

We are living in a time of increased marketplace volatility across a global economy. Consumers and business clients have high expectations and shifting demands; working virtually is no longer an anomaly. Changes are happening faster than ever before.

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Vaccine Privacy: 4 Ways to Protect Your Personal Data in a Pandemic December 14, 2021

by Maureen Donohue

Every day, millions of people are being vaccinated against COVID-19. For this effort to succeed, states need to collect personal health data in individual immunization registries. This data is essential for monitoring vaccination progress, reporting adverse…

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Ransomware Attacks: A Special Concern for Healthcare November 18, 2021

by Shawn McEvoy

Ransomware attacks have been in the headlines recently, with attacks surging across industries. Government and business targets have ranged from gas line operators, meat suppliers and auto manufacturers to educational institutions, city governments and local…

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