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FEBRUARY 2012

HOMELAND SECURITY
Police Deliver Ground-Level Defense Against Terrorists
   The uniformed personnel fighting terrorism are not always dressed in camouflage.
Military Enters SPIDERS Web
    Cybersecurity and a power supply come together on local bases.
U.S. Army Tackles Nuclear Interoperability
    A service facility works toward data sharing for homeland defense.
Sharing Homeland Security Information
    The agency's intelligence office builds bridges with the law enforcement community.

SEMAPHORE SERIES: COMMAND AND CONTROL
Old Challenges Emerge for Modern C2
   Some badly needed basics are taking a back seat to electrons.

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Two Government Organizations, One Health Information System

    Common data standards will enable shared medical data to follow troops and dependents.
Frontline Care, Lifetime Benefits
   Electronic medical assets and record reduce delays in treatment and enhance healing.
Mine-Hunting Technology Learns to Fight Cancer
    Doctors recruit software designed to save lives at sea.

VIEWPOINT
It's Time to Move From Net-Centric to Data-Centric
   A knowledge management approach may be the key to achieving coalition interoperability.

COMMUNICATIONS
Emergency Alert Joins the Twitter Age
   Federal officials develop a next-generation approach to informing citizens.

MILITARY
Urgent Warfighter Needs Trigger Rapid Response
   The acquisition community races time to equip troops.

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
Homeland Security Enters a Challenging Period

INCOMING
The Key to Cutting Information Technology Costs