Monthly Archives: March 2006

It’s Time to Pin a Few Medals

It’s Time to Pin a Few Medals … This is a great article. Read more of it below. I would point out that Mr. Klein omits the last sentence of this outstanding quote from T.R. which reads in red below … Continue reading

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2004 National Plan for R&D in Support of CIP

2004 National Plan for R&D in Support of CIP—The Department of Homeland Security has released its final version of the National Plan for Research and Development in Support of Critical Infrastructure Protection. This public document highlights the strategic investments needed … Continue reading

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Treasury, IRS use analytical software to spot patterns on the money trail

When a suburban Virginia resident began transferring money to Taliban-controlled Afghanistan immediately after Sept. 11, 2001, federal agents took notice, and began tracking the pattern and destinations of his wire transfers. Last year, the man, Rahim Bariek, was convicted of … Continue reading

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We Need a national IT Disaster Response Plan

ORLANDO, Fla. — Looking back at Hurricane Katrina, Steve Cooper, the Red Cross’ senior vice president and chief information officer, said he realized that such catastrophes require a national information technology response plan. But the federal government should not lead … Continue reading

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