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National Security and Computer Technology

 James Lewis
  2nd-Jul-2009
Description: The more flexible and precise military forces that the U.S. could develop using information technology would have an advantage in the new international security environment. Adopting business-to-business practices could allow the DoD to have a faster “refresh rate” for IT, thus allowing them to keep pace with the private sector. Current acquisition regulations may be the biggest obstacle to greater use of information technologies.
Views: 1743
Domain: Electronics
Category: IT
Contents:
Computer Technology and National Security
"Advantages will go to states that have a strong commercial technology sector and develop effective ways to link these capabilities to their national defense industrial base." --Central Intelligence Agency, "Global Trends 2015"

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