News You Can Use: 04/13/18

National Security

Deputy national security adviser Nadia Schadlow resigns, CNN

2018 Hurricane Season Awaits Communities Still Recovering From 2017, Route Fifty

US, Norway officially enter arrangement to share supplies for national security, Defense News

Group of former national security officials endorse Pompeo to lead State, CBS

Building the Hierarchy of Innovation in the Defense Department: A Plan for Action, War on the Rocks

FEMA: Prioritizing a Culture of Preparedness, Department of Homeland Security

Chad is the first African country taken off Trump’s travel ban list, Quartz

The unlikely tool that’s improving physical security at military bases, C4ISR Net

NATO Needs to Step Up its Maritime Defenses, Defense One

California OKs limited troop deployment for Trump’s border request, The Associated Press


National Cyber Strategy Coming Soon From White House, Nextgov

States Turn To National Guard To Help Protect Future Elections From Hackers, NPR

4 Areas Where Cyber Law is Evolving, Nextgov

Cyber Command has a role, but Pentagon leaders struggle to define it, Fifth Domain

North Korean Destructive Malware Is Back, Says DHS Report, Foreign Policy

DHS Is Falling Short on Securing Its Classified Intelligence Systems, Nextgov

Transportation Command wants improved cybersecurity and then autonomous trucks, ships and planes, Fifth Domain

Are MARSOC cyber operators on the horizon?, Marine Corps Times

Public Health

PrEP Campaign Aims To Block HIV Infection And Save Lives In D.C., NPR

Valuing Black Women’s and Infants’ Lives in the US, Human Rights Watch

Substance Abuse Agency Wants to End ‘Contractor-Driven’ Approach to Care, Government Executive

Scientists Push Plan To Change How Researchers Define Alzheimer’s, NPR

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

Kids Behind Bars in Venezuela, Caracas Chronicles

What U.S. generals get wrong about Afghanistan, Reuters

Mattis says no decisions on Syria yet, but said chemical weapons threat must be addressed, Defense News

The Congolese Government is at War with its People, Open Democracy

Rightsizing the relationship between the State Department and USAID, Brookings

Government & Military Personnel

Mattis on aviation accidents: ‘We cannot repair our way out’, Defense News

Feds Make 32 Percent Less than Private Sector Counterparts, Salary Council Says, Government Executive

Another Look at the Different Worlds of Feds,

Lessons learned from choosing the wrong Realtor, Military Times

Imagine the Possibilities of Real HR Reform, Government Executive

15 years later, Wounded Warrior Project still adding new members, Military Times

Where Retirement Benefits Came From, Government Executive

Should I Stay or Should I Go?, Government Executive

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