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This link recently saved by bgi on April 28, 2014
The Department of Defense (DoD) released its 2012 calendar year DoD Suicide Event Report (DoDSER), which details the number of suicide attempts and deaths for U.S. service members. The report standardizes suicide surveillance efforts across the military services and tracks the total suicide deaths, manner of death, and other variables. The DoDSER program is a collaborative effort of the Department of Defense's Suicide Prevention and Risk Reduction Committee (SPARRC), the military services, and the National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2). United States
This link recently saved by bgi on December 18, 2013
Provides a real-time digital display of the world's cyber attack environment. The interactive map allows the user to zoom in anywhere in the world and shows specific attack details when the user holds the cursor over attack regions. Data displayed includes: bandwidth, duration, type of attack (internal, between two countries, etc.), and source. Google Ideas and Arbor Networks.
This link recently saved by bgi on July 22, 2013
This report looks at the continuing rise in "attempts by foreign collectors to obtain illegal or unauthorized access to sensitive or classified information and technology resident in the U.S. cleared industrial base." The report looks at collector affiliations, methods of operation and the top targeted technologies and includes review by regional trends. Defense Security Service. Department of Defense. United States.
This link recently saved by bgi on February 20, 2013
This report is focused on the most prolific cyber espionage group Mandiant tracks: APT1. This single organization has conducted a cyber espionage campaign against a broad range of victims since at least 2006. Mandiant Intelligence Center Report.
This link recently saved by bgi on August 21, 2012
A complete compendium of information on every state's open records and open meetings laws. Each state's section is arranged according to a standard outline, making it easy to compare laws in various states. Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. United States.
This link recently saved by bgi on May 11, 2012
This report discusses DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] and legal challenges to it. It reviews legal principles applied to determine the validity of a marriage contracted in another state and surveys the various approaches employed by states to enable or to prevent same-sex marriage. Congressional Research Service (CRS). United States.
This link recently saved by bgi on August 02, 2011
This paper discusses the security environment surrounding Japan and the basics of Japan's defense policy. As noted in the report, China's rise in maritime capabilities and activities is of significant concern to Japan. Japan Ministry of Defense.
This link recently saved by bgi on November 30, 2010
This report assess the 1)impact of a repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell on military readiness, military effectiveness, unit cohesion, recruiting, retention, and family readiness; and 2) recommends appropriate changes, if necessary, to existing regulations, policies, and guidance in the event of repeal. Report of the Comprehensive Review of the Issues Associated with a Repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”. United States Department of Defense.
This link recently saved by bgi on November 10, 2010
The Department of Defense (DoD) announced today the release of the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps final reviews of the recommendations from the independent report “Protecting the Force: Lessons Learned from Fort Hood.” 11/9/10. United States Department of Defense.
This link recently saved by bgi on July 12, 2010
Each chapter addresses a separate ethics topic and provides an introduction with explanation of the applicable references to rules and regulations and ethical principles in each area. The chapters are organized by major sub-areas and generally run within those areas from most general to more specific. Some subject matter may overlap with other chapters. United States Department of Defense.