Afghanistan Is Finally Holding Elections—While the Taliban Gobbles Up Territory

By John Strobridge
In

Afghans are set to head to the polls next year to elect a new parliament more than three years after the legislative body’s most recent term expired in 2015. The…

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The Geospatial Data Act of 2017: A Necessary Step Forward, with One Major Flaw

By John Steed
In

Even the casual observer will likely have noticed a greater prevalence of the words “geospatial” or “GIS” over the past few years, and for good reason. The use of geospatial…

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Holding 59% of Backlogged Clearances in Its Hands, DoD Announces New "Lines of Effort"

By Geoff Openshaw
In

Obtaining a security clearance can feel like the long march to Mordor: just when you think you have arrived, an angry little monster shows up to set you on a…

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