InterAgency Journal 7-3 (Fall 2016)

InterAgency Journal 7-3 (Fall 2016)

Inside this issue:


A Framework for Success: Maximizing Collaborations
between Federal Organizations
by Caroline R. Earle, Deena S. Disraelly
and Robert A. Zirkle

Developing a Culture of Questioning or Don’t Tell, Do Ask
by Ted Thomas and James Thomas

Killing Kids: An Interagency Problem
by John R. Bennett, Nicholas J. Hitt and Eric A. Swett

National Security and the Responsibility to Protect
by John Gartside, Elliott B. Burns and Tim Downing

Synchronizing America’s Humanitarian Strategy in the Wake
of Operation United Assistance
by Megan McWilliams, Daniel Wiggins and Matthew Wunderlich

Before the Next Outbreak: Prepare for Everything Together
by Jeremy Hershfield, Conrad Wilmoski and Kelly Meister

Leadership and the Art of Delegation
by John Moore

Trust and Networks in the Interagency
by Nicole Alexander and Chad Thibodeau

Worth Noting

DHS, White House release CVE guidance
Updated cyber response plan in the works
Balancing Priorities: Immigration, National Security, and Public Safety
Second InterAgency Brown-Bag Lecture a success
Agencies participate in Task Force to Monitor and Combat Human Trafficking
FEMA releases 2016 National Preparedness Report
Simons Center hosts first InterAgency Brown-Bag Lecture
DHS partnership to combat human trafficking
Directive focuses on cyber incident coordination
Experts gather at National Security Summit
Report: Post-Katrina coordination could be improved
DoD updates manual on intelligence
Report advises next administration on national security
State, DoD counter terrorism online

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