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Different from our latest news clips, ISG's quarterly feature stories take a closer look at our ongoing efforts. Authors can include faculty and staff experts as well as partners and guests. This is a new undertaking from ISG, so visit us each quarter to watch our feature list grow.
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2020: Quarter 4 - July 31, 2020

Continuation, Collaboration, and Reinvention: ISG in the Wake of COVID-19

Eva Lanot, Faculty Associate, Peace & Security Division
We’ve all been there: try as you might to get to the airport on time, traffic is backed up and-- sweaty, stressed, and deflated—you miss your flight. But few have been in the situation where that flight is the last one departing for your home country before borders are closed in response to a global pandemic.
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Heron Spotting

The latest faculty, staff, and visitor photo roll of our unofficial mascot, the great blue heron. Submit your best amateur heron shots -- from ISG or aroud the world -- to isginfo@nps.edu, and you might be featured on this and on our social media channels.
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ISG wins SECDEF Award for Excellence in Maintenance Training, Advice, and Assistance of Foreign Security Forces – Ministerial Category

Posted: Nov 6, 2019
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The Institute for Security Governance (ISG) is humbled and proud to accept the Secretary of Defense Award for Excellence in Maintenance Training, Advice, and Assistance of Foreign Security Forces – Ministerial Category. ISG is being recognized, along with our partners in the EUCOM Directorate of Policy, Strategy, Partnering, and Capabilities, for its work on Sustainment Planning with one of our important European partners.

Through its work on this team, ISG enabled a key partner to meet sustainment outcomes and establish enduring capabilities. The team worked closely with our partner to develop, implement, monitor and improve sustainment plans for equipment provided by the United States, and to develop the long-term institutional capabilities and capacity of this partner for sustainment and maintenance. Achievements were made in innovations in practices as well as improvements to facilities that have and will result in significant cost saving for the partner and the United States, as well as increases in operational readiness rates and combat utilization. This effort is representative of some of the best work we are privileged to do in institutional capacity building and is an example for what the Institute strives for every day.

Congratulations to Col. (ret.) Gary Espinas, ISG’s Regional Program Lead for this project, and the rest of the ISG team for a job well done.