The below newly-acquired Congressional Research Service (CRS) have been received from the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) and are now catalogued and accessible here.
Rita Tehan, Information Research Specialist
Congressional Research Service, May 22, 2014
This report provides references to analytical reports on cybersecurity from CRS, other government agencies, trade associations, and interest groups. The reports and related websites are grouped under the following cybersecurity topics:
• policy overview
• National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC)
• cloud computing and FedRAMP
• critical infrastructure
• cybercrime, data breaches, and data security
• national security, cyber espionage, and cyberwar (including Stuxnet)
• international efforts
• research and development (R&D)
In addition, the report lists selected cybersecurity-related websites for congressional and
government agencies, news, international organizations, and organizations or institutions.
PDF (101 Pages): CRS Cybersecurity Resources 20140522
Congressional Research Service — Index 28 MAY 2014 – Cyber & Internet Including FOI, Privacy, NSA, Etcetera
PDF (24 Pages): Self-Development for Cyber Warriors (SWJ ACC 2011)
2014 Robert Steele Open Letter to Vice President of the United States of America Joe Biden, The White House
SHORT URL: http://tinyurl.com/OSA-Biden
These materials were delivered via certified mail to the Office of the Vice President on Monday 5 May 2014.
There is a better than even chance that the IC “minder” controlling the Vice President’s correspondence intercepted the package and the Vice President is therefore unwitting of this official certified as delivered communication.
ADDENDUM: The OSA will be the premier decision-support organization in the world, promulgating the proven process of decision-support (requirements definition, collection management, source discovery and validation, multi-source fusion, geospatially-rooted processing, inter-disciplinary analysis, and open transparent action-enabling production). The OSA will also be the only USG element that provides Congress and the Executive with identical decision-support also shared with the public, and the only USG element that is “all in” on M4IS2/OSE. For those that have asked about personnel, tables of organization, budgets, etcetera — at this level of play, decisions are made on one line and a number. OMB has set the numbers — $125M IOC toward $2-3B FOC. My personal view is that the organization should consist of no more than 120 full-time personnel within the HQ element on the South-Central Campus. Spending will be focused on individual minds in every clime and place, and on incentivizing coalitions among the eight tribes across all boundaries. The School of Future-Oriented Hybrid Governance, the World Brain Institute, and the EarthGame will be independent subsidized elements manned by rotational personnel on sabatical — gatherings of eagles from across all nations, agencies, disciplines, and domains.
M4IS2: Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making
OSE: Open Source Everything — the only affordable, inter-operable, scalable, and therefore sustainable global approach to engineering
Full Text Below the Fold — Use Translate Box to Read in Other Languages
全文下方折 – 使用转换盒来阅读其他语言
Texte intégral en dessous du pli – Utiliser Traduire Boîte à lire dans d’autres langues
Полный текст ниже раза – Использование Перевести Box читать на других языках
पूर्ण पाठ तह के नीचे – उपयोग अन्य भाषाओं में पढ़ने के लिए बॉक्स अनुवाद
Texto completo abaixo da dobra – Utilize Caja Traduzir para ler em outros idiomas
Teks Penuh Di bawah Lipat – Gunakan Terjemah Box untuk Baca dalam Bahasa Lain
Texto completo debajo de la tapa – Utilizar Caja de Traducion para leer en otros idiomas Volledige tekst onder de vouw – Inzetten Vertalen Box te lezen in andere talen
China’s Currency Policy: An Analysis of the Economic Issues, July 22, 2013
Kazakhstan: Recent Developments and U.S. Interests, July 22, 2013
President Obama’s declared goal of making his “the most transparent Administration in history” generated successive waves of enthusiasm, perplexity, frustration, and mockery as public expectations of increased openness and accountability were lifted sky high and then — often, not always — thwarted.
Every Administration including this one presides over the release of more government information than did its predecessors, if only because more information is created with the passage of time and there is more that can be released. But President Obama seemed to promise more than this. What was it?
Part of the problem is definitional.
“Although there are laws that affect access to government information, there is no single definition for what constitutes transparency– nor is there an agreed upon way to measure it,” observes a new report from the Congressional Research Service.