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THE EVOLUTION OF GENDER INTEGRATION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
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CNA surveyed the events, policies, and research that surrounded increase in female representation in the Navy and identified three phases of gender integration that delineate the DON’s evolving approach to women’s roles in its forces.
Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller), CNA surveyed the events, policies, and research that surrounded this increase in female representation. In the course of our investigation ... . The DON raised only a few issues to resolve analytically, due to a lack of appropriate data and a sense that the question of whether and how women should serve was mostly a political and social issue ... are the readiness and cost implications of pregnancy? How large is the gender retention gap, and what are its costs? How can the DON use targeted compensation as a force management tool, regardless
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 13, April 21, 2022
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
that corporate algorithms comply with the recently adopted Internet Information Service Algorithmic Recommendation Management Provisions (hereafter referred to as Provisions). The campaign will be held ... with Google Brain, posted an article on his website describing how a recently published paper "plagiarized several paragraphs" of his work on deduplicating training data for language models and "copied ... , Chris Callison-Burch, Nicholas Carlini, "Deduplicating Training Data Makes Language Models Better," arXiv, Mar. 24, 2022, https://arxiv.org/abs/2107.06499 . [12] Sha Yuan et al., "A Roadmap
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 11, March 23, 2022
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
refers to the “use of green power and algorithms to enable improved energy efficiency and reduced carbon emissions from data centers.” To realize green AI, Li stated that businesses would need to be guided ... political parties , proposed a UAV flight management law. Currently no law exists that addresses drone flight issues in the PRC, although in 2018 the "Interim Regulations on the Management of Unmanned
pla update: Issue 5, June 6, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
of Emergency Management, and the Gansu Provincial Government. The exercise scenario featured a fictional 7.5-magnitude earthquake that caused the collapse of buildings, human casualties, road ... data to track US naval vessels required extensive processing on the ground, which is often completed after an exercise is finished. However, the satellite tracking CVN-75 detected the ship ... on military procurement requirements, review and approval, contract management, emergency procurement, and quality-price evaluation. According to the Xinhua report, the regulations reportedly lacked
pla update: Issue 1, February 4, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
on strengthening military information security.   The CMC Logistics Support Department   issued   the “Interim Provisions on the Management of Military Materials Engineering Service Procurement Contracts,” which took effect on 3 January 2022. For defense contracts, the provisions aim to (1) improve contract management systems; (2) standardize contents; (3) optimize procedures, such as contract conclusion ... mobilization system over the past seven years, analysts have found little data concerning the practical outcome of these decisions.   The October 2021 amendments General Sheng requested focus
New CNA Reports Address San Jose Police Department's Use of Force Incidents
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Use of force data from the San Jose Police Department (SJPD) shows that the California city is moving in the right direction, but missteps and racial disparities are still evident during some interactions, according to a new report.
Use of force data from the San Jose Police Department (SJPD) shows that the California city is moving in the right direction, but missteps and racial disparities are still evident during some interactions, according to a new report. /images/news/PressRelease.png New CNA Reports Address San Jose Police Department's Use of Force Incidents Use of force data from the San Jose Police Department (SJPD ... nationwide in implementing 21st Century Policing best practices and has worked with 39 cities and counties in California through many law enforcement and emergency management projects and programs. CNA
The Future of US Alliances and Partnerships
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We aim to explore the potential for how data science could help shed light on a complicated issue in international security relations, potentially generating new recommendations for US policy-makers.
Data and apply data science methods to the long-standing topic of alliance management for advancing US national security interests. To this end, CNA is building linkages between academic disciplines ... The Future of US Alliances and Partnerships The Future of US Alliances and Partnerships: A Data Science Approach We aim to explore the potential for how data science could help shed light on a complicated issue in international security relations, potentially generating new recommendations for US policy-makers. The subject of US alliances and strategic partnerships is becoming more salient
Methuen Police Department Performance Audit
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CNA acknowledges the support and assistance we received from Mayor Neil Perry, members of the Methuen City Council, and the Methuen Police Department in completing this report. The input, experiences, data, and resources we received were invaluable in conducting our research and compiling our findings and recommendations.
Council, and the Methuen Police Department in completing this report. The input, experiences, data, and resources we received were invaluable in conducting our research and compiling our findings ... to reflect these emerging topics. The CNA audit team developed this report by reviewing department operations, policies, procedures, general orders, department data, and culture. The report includes ... with national best and evidence-based practices, Massachusetts Police Accreditation Standards, and practices of similar Massachusetts law enforcement agencies. The audit team also collected data from
Review of USCG Chief Warrant Officer Specialties
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As part of this effort, the Coast Guard asked CNA to address the following questions: What is the current role of a CWO and what new competencies will CWOs need in the future? Is the CWO force adequately trained? What training is applicable across specialties? Where are the most important training deficiencies? Should the current CWO specialty structure be revised? Should any specialties be combined? Should new specialties be created? What should the source ratings be for each specialty? Does the Coast Guard need a CWO-5 paygrade? To address these questions, we first produced a comprehensive inven- tory of the work performed by CWOs, using a web-based competency analysis methodology to gather data from Coast Guard personnel representing the different specialties. A panel of experts then provided input on how future USCG missions will impact the work performed by CWOs. Our analysis revealed the following: Work performed in each specialty is largely different from that performed in other specialties. There are enough people and work to staff a Marine Safety specialty. There are not enough people and work to staff an IT specialty. However, the Coast Guard will need high-level IT expertise in the future. Some Communications CWOs are doing lower-level IT work and, as a group, they see a less clear career path than members of other specialties. Potential new enlisted feeder ratings exist for some CWO specialties. Two broad competencies—Personnel Management and Devel- opment and Business Administration—cross most CWO spe- cialties, but personnel are inadequately trained. For most specialties, a CWO’s role is roughly half technical oriented and half leadership oriented. Changing roles for CWOs reflect new information technology in both operational and administrative areas. Emerging work requirements for CWOs reflect future emphasis on national defense, particularly port security. There is insufficient evidence to support adding a W-5 paygrade.
analysis methodology to gather data from Coast Guard personnel representing the different specialties. A panel of experts then provided input on how future USCG missions will impact the work performed ... and, as a group, they see a less clear career path than members of other specialties. Potential new enlisted feeder ratings exist for some CWO specialties. Two broad competencies—Personnel Management
Training and Technical Assistance for Justice Solutions
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IPR has applied research, analysis, and technical assistance to solve complex problems in the public sector working with agencies and organizations to analytically assess challenges and develop responses that promote public safety and officer safety, reduce violence, prevent crime, address victim needs and services, and improve police operations.
management and operations—we help local, state, and federal organizations achieve practical results that save lives, promote justice, and improve efficiency, trust, and accountability in justice system ... or data analysis Evidence-based practices Law enforcement community collaboration Law enforcement training Officers and communities protection Organizational change and executive leadership