Apr. 28, 2021 – NSF Virtual April Forum: How it all works – From policy to programs

When I asked our speaker, Neile Miller (MSTS, Senior Director for Business Operations and former NNSA Acting Administrator) what a shift in nuclear policy meant for the nuclear and other national security programs at the Nevada National Security Site, I heard her pause just long enough to grab her White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) hat off the shelf.

Mar. 24, 2021 – NSF Virtual March Forum: Getting to 2050 – Energy Security and Transition

To help us understand what the path looks like going from a fossil-fuel dependent 2020 to a net-zero 2050 are two national security experts, Vice Adm Lee Gunn, USN (Ret.) and Vice Adm Frank Pandolfe, USN (Ret.), both of the CNA Military Advisory Board.

Feb. 25, 2021 – NSF Virtual February Forum: An Early Look at Biden-Harris National Security Challenges and Priorities

Keith Hansen and Rae Huffstutler, NSF regular presenters and former Intelligence Community professionals, will review the known U.S. policy players and explore some of the continuing conundrums that the Biden team must continue to manage in new ways.

Jan. 27, 2021 – NSF Virtual January Forum: 2021 Global Terrorism Challenges

Global terrorism tops our list for 2021 national security issues. To lead us through an overview of the leading global terrorism issues for 2021 is Dr. Erin Miller, Program Director for the Global Terrorism Database (GTD) at START.

Dec. 3, 2020 – NSF VIRTUAL DECEMBER FORUM: Afghanistan: The Next Chapter?

After an intriguing and thought-provoking NSF event on 19 November with Dr. Andrew Bacevich, we will be diving into more details on the path forward and next chapter for the US in Afghanistan. Recent headlines and news stories have not made it easy to figure out what happens next for our troops, our allies, and our security.