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Silicon Valley has an obligation to secure America’s technology infrastructure. Here is how they can help.
BY COLIN MURPHY In the United States, twenty-two million people work in government. These people sweep our streets, educate our children, and protect our borders. So much of our quality of life depends on how well these employees and their teams are working. Government performance—the ability of the people and organizations within government to deliver […]
Get Off the Sidelines and Get into the Game: An Interview with Senator Mazie Hirono Born in Fukushima, Japan, Mazie K. Hirono was nearly eight years old when her mother brought her and her older brother to Hawaii to escape an abusive husband and seek a better life. Hirono served in the Hawaii House of […]
In 2004, Tammy Duckworth was deployed to Iraq as a Black Hawk helicopter pilot for the Illinois Army National Guard. She was one of the first Army women to fly combat missions during Operation Iraqi Freedom until her helicopter was hit by an RPG on 12 November 2004. Duckworth lost her legs and partial use […]
Floyd Mori is currently the president/CEO of the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies and previously served as national executive director/CEO of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL). He has served on numerous committees and boards. He does extensive volunteer work, which includes serving on the steering committee of the National Veterans Network and […]
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