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Foundation showcases data-sharing network, urges action

March 22, 2004 STANFORD, Calif. -- Panelists at a Stanford University law school forum on Friday called for the creation of a homeland security information network and demonstrated a prototype of how such a system would work. The panel, members of the Markle Foundation Task Force on National Security in the Information Age,...

Administration officials appeal for a cyber partnership

December 3, 2003 SANTA CLARA, Calif.-Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and other speakers at a cyber-security summit here on Wednesday called for a new era of government and corporate participation in defending the nation against cyber terrorism. Ridge said cyber security was a top priority of the Bush administration and called on all...

Homeland official outlines opportunities for tech firms

July 31, 2003 MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- A top official in the Homeland Security Department's research agency on Thursday outlined new funding opportunities in government for technology firms. Speaking at Veritas Software here during a conference sponsored by the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), Jane Alexander, deputy director of Homeland Security Advanced...

Homeland Security CIO pushes to consolidate IT procurement

May 30, 2003 SANTA CLARA, Calif.-The Homeland Security Department's chief information officer on Friday outlined the department's new procurement needs for information technology. Speaking via videoconference to people at an Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) briefing here, Steven Cooper noted that procurement processes that had been separate for the different agencies that...

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