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Deputy Director, Geospatial Information Officer

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Led by State CIO Teri Takai, this was an impressive year for California’s IT community and the OCIO as we worked to achieve many things that helped us carry out our mission.  The Governor and Legislature created the agency in 2008 to  provide oversight and statewide coordination of information technology projects.  Not to miss an opportunity to promote some of our accomplishments, here’s a look back at 2009: In January, Governor Schwarzenegger announced a plan to increase government efficiency by reorganizing the State’s Information Technology program.   The plan will ...
Under , it is desired that either the Director or the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence be an active duty commissioned officer in the armed forces or have training or experience in military intelligence activities and requirements. Only one of the two positions can be held by an officer at any given time. The statute does not specifically state what rank the commissioned officer will hold during his tenure in either position, but trends lean towards an officer holding the rank of a four-star general or admiral . The most recent DNI was retired Navy four-star admiral , Dennis C. Blair , whose resignation became ...
1 Remarks and Q&A by Mr. David R. Shedd Deputy Director of ...
Clandestine Service, as a CIA officer. That's a wonderful thing. One thing that has been exaggerated is that in the creation of the Director of National Intelligence, what the DNI really wants to do is make all of them look the same. .... and then subsequently, when he went over as Deputy Secretary of State. So I think there is a requirement, in fact, to bring all information to bear on the question or the problem that is being addressed. A harder one is this whole issue ... market research, surveys and trends
New Director of National Intelligence: Overseeing Aggression ...
Yesterday, President Barack Obama selected retired Air Force Lt. General James R. Clapper Jr. as his nominee as the secret state's new Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Obama heaped copious praise on the general in a Rose Garden appearance Saturday. "Jim is one of our nation's most experienced and most respected intelligence professionals," Obama said. "He possesses a quality that I value in all my advisers: a willingness to tell leaders what we need to know even if it's not what we want to hear," according to a White House transcript of the president's remarks. Clapper, who faces a ... market research, surveys and trends


Geospatial Information and Geographic Information Systems (GIS ...
GIS into the daily lives of millions of Americans, whether they know it or not. ... itself revised in 2002, adding the Deputy Director of Management at OMB as the ..... 22 CBS Broadcasting, Inc., “Sayre fire reaches 85 percent containment, ” November ...... 4. a relationship with the state chief information officer; ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
2010 California Regional Progress Report Scoping Process ...
and Blueprint stakeholders, has awarded twenty million dollars in federal ... about forty percent of the 2007 budget. As a result of State funding .... the Geospatial Information Officer (GIO) of the California Office of the State Chief .... Steve Devencenzi, Deputy Director, San Luis Obispo Council of Governments ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Obama to Name Retired General to Top Spy Post
as director of national intelligence, tapping a retired officer with decades of experience to improve coordination of the nation’s sprawling spy apparatus amid increasing threats at home and escalating operations abroad. Mr. Obama plans to announce his choice in the Rose Garden on Saturday, two weeks after forcing Adm. Dennis C. Blair out of the spymaster job, according to administration officials, who insisted on anonymity to disclose the decision before the formal ceremony. The selection amounts to pushing the reset button for the president as he tries to recalibrate an intelligence structure that has undergone continued ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Negroponte, Woolsey Advise Incoming DNI
Copyright © 2010 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. NEAL CONAN, host: This is TALK OF THE NATION. Im Neal Conan in Washington. President Obama recently nominated Lieutenant General James Clapper to be the next director of national intelligence. During the tenure of Admiral Dennis Blair, U.S. intelligence failed to prevent the shootings at Fort Hood, the attempt to bring down an airliner on Christmas Day and the Times Square car bomb, but his resignation was reported to have more to do with disagreements over issues of responsibility ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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ARMY APPOINTS SERVICE'S FIRST GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION. OFFICER. ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Mr. Robert Burkhardt, director of the Engineer Research and Development ... Antwerp, Chief of Engineers, and Lieutenant General John Kimmons, Deputy Chief ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Deputy Director, Geospatial Information Officer, CEA 3. • Make California a world class leader in implementing GIS technology – the GIO will be expected to ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Alumni, Department of Geography, Ohio University, College of Arts ...
I am the chief of staff to the president at Colorado State University (CSU). In this capacity, I am the senior staff assistant responsible for a broad range of support for the office, including oversight of all operations and ensuring effective implementation of initiatives on behalf of the interim president. I retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Colonel in 1998 after 26 years of active duty. During my career, I spent 17 years on flight status, worked under Colin Powell while serving at the Pentagon, and worked on the White House staff as deputy director responsible for presidential trip security and contingency planning. I ...
Defence Intelligence Staff at AllExperts
The DIS is responsible for gathering and assessing intelligence concerning military threats to the UK and its allies. It was created in 1964 when the three armed services merged their intelligence organisations. It has recently been renamed "Defence Intelligence" by the Ministry of Defence. The DIS is represented together with the Secret Intelligence Service (also known as MI6 ), The Security Service ( MI5 ) and the Government Communications Headquarters as key intelligence players on the Joint Intelligence Committee which provides intelligence assessments to Ministers and senior officials. Each of the intelligence ...