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Janice C. Haith, DDCIO-N, discusses Navy IT savings
Sea Warrior Leading the Way in Abbreviated Acquisition Programs
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for C4I, IO, and Space
Oceanographer and Navigator of the Navy, Director, Space and Maritime Domain Awareness (OPNAV N2/N6E), Director, Task Force Climate Change
Commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet
Senior Advisor for Navy Intelligence Enterprise Information Technology
White House Fellow currently serving in the U.S. Department of the Navy
Program Executive Officer for Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons
Finding the Synergy Between Joint and Naval Information Systems to Deliver Tailored Capabilities
OPNAV N2/N6’s Matt Swartz Talks About How the Navy Gets Enterprise Right for the Fleet
A Concentration of Information Dominance Synergy
10 events you may have missed this week in the Navy
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Closure expected to save the DoD $3.2 million annually
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On July 11, 1798, President John Adams approved "An Act for Establishing and Organizing a Marine Corps" — and it became law
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10 events you may have missed this week in the Navy
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Program aims to cut average time to develop new advanced materials from 10 years to less than three
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Grace Hopper Amazing Grace Hopper
– her legacy continues …


Rear Adm. Grace Hopper was a computer scientist and information
technology pioneer both for the Navy and in private industry.
Among her many accomplishments, Rear Adm. Hopper took the lead in
bringing desktop technology to the Navy. Hopper was a mentor to
the CHIPS staff offering ideas, encouragement and often her tagline:
"It's easier to ask forgiveness than it is to get permission." Because of
Hopper's long-lasting achievements, she is referred to as "Amazing
Grace." The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Hopper (DDG 70) is named in her
honor.

View more information about Rear Adm. Hopper

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