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‘Data literate workforce’ is critical to DIA’s future

The DIA deputy director for global integration says middle management is preventing the intelligence community from harnessing more advanced data analysis.

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DIA’s cyber assessments, including insider threat defenses, key to modernizing top-secret network

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Trump Classified Documents

When you leave service in national security, you just can’t go work anywhere.

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DIA’s new unclassified software factory to give classified apps a boost too

EP Mathew, the DIA deputy chief information officer, said the first software factory available for use by the Five Eyes will help ensure data interoperability.

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FILE - U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Mike Anglen of Turner, Ore., center, stands atop a cliff as Sgt. Bryan Wallace of Pikin, Ill., waits for his turn before their rappelling exercise at Jungle Warfare Training Center in Camp Gonsalves, northern Okinawa, Japan, on Feb. 8, 2002. Okinawa on Sunday, May 15, 2022, marks the 50th anniversary of its return to Japan on May 15, 1972, which ended 27 years of U.S. rule after one of the bloodiest battles of World War II was fought on the southern Japanese island. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa, File)

Marine Corps LTG Vince Stewart: An appreciation

Though he faced “headwinds” of bias, Vince Stewart rose to high rank on merit

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DIA CIO sees intel community moving beyond ‘stovepipe’ IT model

The Defense Intelligence Agency is spearheading a shared IT services program called “Company Storefront.”

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