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Katherine McGrady
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Dr. Katherine McGrady is President and CEO of CNA. Her long career as an analyst focused on CNA’s Marine Corps Program, deploying to Desert Storm and Somalia.
Shield/Desert Storm. She also deployed as part of the Unified Task Force to Mogadishu, Somalia. Subsequent assignments led to her selection as Vice President and Director, Integrated Systems and Operations (ISO) Division, where she led a team focused on issues at the interface between the Navy and Marine Corps, including analysis of expeditionary systems, logistics, operations and tactics ... and Engineering (Polymer Chemistry) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, and a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry (cum laude) from Smith College, Northampton, MA.
William Burke
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William Burke Vice Admiral William R. Burke, USN (Ret.) /images/About-Us/Leadership/board-burke.jpg Vice Admiral William Burke is the Chief Maritime Officer for the Carnival Corporation & plc. He joined Carnival Corporation in December 2013. Burke graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering and completed his MBA at Marymount University and a Master ... of Naval Operations for Warfare Systems (N9).
Katherine McGrady
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/Desert Storm. She also deployed as part of the Unified Task Force to Mogadishu, Somalia. Subsequent assignments led to her selection as Vice President and Director, Integrated Systems and Operations (ISO) Division, where she led a team focused on issues at the interface between the Navy and Marine Corps, including analysis of expeditionary systems, logistics, operations and tactics ... and Engineering (Polymer Chemistry) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, and a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Smith College, Northampton, MA.
intersections: Issue 2, January 2023
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Intersections is a news digest published by CNA’s China and Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division, to provide updates on technology acquisition efforts by the PRC, U.S. government responses to those efforts, ally and partner technology protection policies, and technology transfer risks for the defense industrial base.
Society's magazine Chemical and Engineering News examines how the US and partner nations are addressing their reliance on Chinese-processed lithium. Lithium is an essential component ... " as "essential to thousands of military systems from handheld radios, to unmanned submersibles and to future capabilities like lasers, directed energy weapons and hybrid electric tactical vehicles ... that the global lithium supply may be insufficient to meet demand by 2030. Chemical and Engineering News notes that the PRC controls 58 percent of the world's lithium processing capacity. According
pla update: Issue 6, September 30, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
, an 85-year-old academician at the Chinese Academy of Engineering who set up a theoretical system for China’s modern defense engineering and contributed to the creation of an underground defense ... positions (the sword) and missile defense systems to “intercept those that have made [it] into the air” (the shield). An article posted on China Military Online stated that China’s mid-course
pla update: Issue 2, March 1, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
, “encompassing the waters to the east of the island of Taiwan,” making the exercise “very provocative to China.” Frequent media commentator and former PLA Second Artillery Engineering Academy professor Song ... equipment design. Scientific and technical equipment mobilization (科技装备动员)   empowers the participants in informatized warfare, a contest of systems, by ensuring the rapid mobilization of civilian ... that it is essential because all types of operations in modern warfare depend on networked information systems. According to Xue and Wang, taking steps during peacetime to prepare civilian network information
CNA Welcomes Two New Members to its Board of Trustees
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CNA President and CEO Katherine McGrady has welcomed two new CNA trustees: retired Admiral Craig Faller and former Surgeon General of the U.S. Army, Lieutenant General Nadja West.
of the U.S. Naval Academy with a bachelor of science in systems engineering and the Naval Postgraduate School with a master’s in national security affairs. “It is an honor to be part of this trusted ... . West is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy with a B.S. in engineering, the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences with an M.D., and the National War College
CNA’S INTEGRATED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY
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CNA’s Integrated Program Management (IPM) methodology provides actionable predictive insights on cost performance, scheduling, and achievement of project goals. CNA’s IPM methodology empowers our clients to solve problems before they occur to ensure successful completion of projects on time and within budget.
 programmatic support and bring value through an interdisciplinary approach combining our expertise in systems engineering and operations research. /quick-looks/2020/ISAAC-Final.pdf /images/Centers/IPR/ESM
Craig Faller
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Admiral Craig Faller is a retired four-star flag officer with decades of global and national security leadership experience.
. Faller is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy with a bachelor of science in systems engineering and the Naval Postgraduate School with a master’s in national security affairs.
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 2, November 9, 2021
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
drones and the surveillance technology on board these systems are collecting vast amounts of sensitive data—everything from high-resolution images of critical infrastructure to facial recognition ... his company  to training 5 million people on AI in the next 5 years.  Speaking at the Emerging Engineering International Forum 2021 hosted by Peking University, Li’s commitment is intended to better