Improving National Security Through Knowledge Sharing


Thursday, April 1, 2010, 5:00pm


124 Mt. Auburn, Suite 200-North, Room 226, Cambridge, MA

Civilian Joint Duty ProgramDr. Ronald Sanders, Office of the Director of National Intelligence

About the Seminar
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s Intelligence Community Civilian Joint Duty Program requires intelligence professionals to complete assignments outside their agency to achieve executive rank, with the goal to develop leaders that can break through the silos that prevented the intelligence community from “connecting the dots” prior to September 11th. The program won the Innovations in American Government Award in 2008. 

A light dinner will be served.

About Dr. Ronald Sanders
Dr. Ronald Sanders is a senior executive advisor at Booz Allen Hamilton, supporting human capital and knowledge share in the defense market. He is the former associate director of National Intelligence as well as the former chief human capital officer at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Sanders is the recipient of the U.S. Intelligence community’s Distinguished Service Medal and the Theodore Roosevelt Award for Distinguished Public Service.

Innovations in Government Seminar Series
This event is part of the Innovation in Government Seminar Series, which explores various aspects and approaches to the study of government innovation. This year-long series seeks to educate and inform the next generation of government innovators.