InterAgency Journal 5-2 (Summer 2014)

InterAgency Journal 5-2 (Summer 2014)

Inside this issue:


IAJ 5-2Losing Lessons at the Water’s Edge: Applying FEMA’s
Interagency Coordination 
Doctrine to International Stabilization
and Reconstruction Operations
by Benjamin Cabana

Deep Analysis: Designing Complexity Into Our Understanding of Conflict
by Thomas G. Matyók, Hannah Rose Mendoza and Cathryne Schmitz

Why We Can’t All Just Get Along: Overcoming Personal Barriers to
Inter-organizational Effectiveness
by William J. Davis, Jr.

Interagency Areas of Responsibility: It Shouldn’t Take a Genius
to Make Geography Simple
by Mark Sweberg and Allan Childers

Understanding the Human Dimension for Unified Action: An Approach to
Scholarship, Complexity and Military Advice
by Stephan Bolton

Cyberdefense: Is Outsourcing the Answer?
by Kellen Ashford

Worth Noting

Fort Lee Professor Wins 2013 CGSC Faculty Interagency Writing Competition
DISA Releases 2014-2019 Strategic Plan
Report Proposes New Civil Service Framework
Interagency Task Force Reports on Human Trafficking
DoD Releases 2014 Quadrennial Defense Review
House Committee Cites Need for Better Information Sharing in Boston Marathon Report
Interagency Cooperation Important to Border Security
Army Pamphlet Calls for Interagency Partnerships
CSO Evaluates Two Years of Engagement
GAO Assesses State and USAID Contracting
Cybersecurity Framework to Protect U.S. Critical Infrastructure
Joint Publication on Counterinsurgency Reviewed by CSIS
State, USAID Launch Second QDDR
Research Suggests Use of DoD-Developed Technology along U.S. Border
Report Praises Current Measures in U.S. Biological Defense

Call for Papers

Simons Center Announces Third Annual Open Interagency Writing Competition

Book Review

Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know
Conflict Management and Peacebuilding: Pillars of a New American Grand Strategy


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