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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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2022: Quarter 2 - April 4, 2022

Flag Officer’s Roundtable: Executive Program on Defense Decision-Making

Tally Helfont and Nick Tomb,
Senior civilian and military officials throughout the international defense, intelligence, and law enforcement communities make daily strategic decisions in defense of their countries. In doing so, they encounter many of the same institutional, political, and resourcing challenges that their colleagues from other countries face. These challenges include the ability to effectively identify threats, assign roles and missions to security institutions, develop ministry-level strategies, enhance interagency coordination, and create strategic communication campaigns that ensure whole-of-government responses to national security challenges.
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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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Senior Leaders Visit ISG

Posted: August 11, 2022

ISG was honored to host DSCA Director Mr. James Hursch along with DSCU President Dr. Celeste Gventer at in Monterey this week. In addition to learning more from faculty and staff about the growth and impact of ISG’s work in areas such as Cyber and Resilience, Dr. Hursch shared an overview of DSCA’s strategic priorities, including the expanding role that Institutional Capacity Building will play in U.S. defense strategy. Director Hursch was generous with his time at the well-attended ISG Town Hall event, providing insightful responses to questions from ISG colleagues.

We look forward to continuing to contribute to the important work that happens throughout the Security Cooperation Enterprise.

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South Africa Mobile Education Team

Posted: August 10, 2022

ISG's International Defense Acquisition Resource Management team executed a successful mobile education team event focused on fundamental concepts and challenges associated with national and global defense contracting for the South African National Defense Force. Participants from across the services were engaged and are working to identify and implement procurement applications within across the defense environment.

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Peacekeeping Exercises in Indonesia

Posted: August 10, 2022

ISG recently supported The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI), U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, and service members from dozens of partner nations in Exercise Garuda Canti Dharma 2022, Indonesia. This regionally rotating exercise is the largest annual international peacekeeping field training exercise in the world. ISG's Peacekeeping and Exercises Program trained and mentored multinational teams of instructors to execute a Staff Training Event and a Field Training Event for over 750 Indonesian and International Peacekeepers.

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