Open Government at the National Archives, 03-29-16

The National Archives

The webinar, "Open Government at the National Archives" was held on March 29, 2016. It provides an overview of open government initiatives at the National Archives and solicits feedback from the public on the agency's next Open Government Plan. To learn more about the National Archives and Records Administration's Open Government efforts
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The defense and national security environment has changed dramatically in recent years. While the government agencies involved in defense and in national security remain the key national lines of defense, the threats that these agencies face are now more sophisticated. Enemy actors are utilizing up-to-the-minute technologies, capable of operating across multiple jurisdictions and theaters, experts at obfuscating purpose and intent and practiced in using high-quality techniques to achieve their aims. And while the threats continue to evolve and grow, national security and defence.

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