2001 Dziedzic (US) Information Technology as a Catalyst for Civil-Military Unity of Effort: The Kosovo Test Case

Civil Society, Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement, Military, Peace Intelligence
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Dziedzic
USIP Bio Page

Col Michael J. Dziedzic is one of those very rare officers of such intelligence and integrity that he was able to run against the grain for years, focusing on the vital importance of civil-military operations other than war (OOTW) that were “buried” by a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who said (we are not making this up), “Real men don’t do OOTW.”  Of course the Defense Science Board Report on Transitions to and From Hostilities (December 2004) and the current Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, say otherwise.  Principle co-author with Ambassador Bob Oakley of Policing the New World Disorder, still the seminal work in the field, this is an officer, along with Colonel Ferd Irizzary, whom we hope to see earn multiple promotions as we all realize that a multinational multifunctional Earth Rescue Network is a non-negotiable first step to “getting a grip.”  We hold this officer in the very highest esteem.

IT Civil-Military
IT Civil-Military

2001 Gessaman (US) Understanding the Federal Budget–If It Is Not in the Budget, It is Not Policy

Budgets & Funding, Historic Contributions
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Understanding the Budget of the United States Government
Understanding the Budget of the United States Government

Don Gessaman was the Deputy Associate  Director for National Security at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for over a decade, and in that capacity managed the oversight, as the most senior civil servant in OMB for defense, diplomacy, aid, and intelligence.  Today Kathleen Peroff manages this money, over one trillion dollars a year, unqiue for being the most disposable and directable part of the US Government’s budget.  during this period Arnie Donahue was Chief of the C4I Branch, and served for several years, until 1997, after Don retired.  Both of them contributed to the budget numbers contained in ON INTELLIGENCE: Spies and Secrecy in an Open World.

In 2000 we almost got a Presidential Budget Initiative for the Open Source Agency, but Sean O’Keefe, the Deputy Director of OMB who approved the initiative at a first year start of $125 million, moved to be the leader of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and we lost our chance to leverage Sean O’Keefe’s unique appreciation for the importance of this initative.

He is the principal author of the books shown here, most recently issued in 2006 and generally used by incoming Presidents and new Directors of OMB to orient their political client base and appointees.  The book can be ordered from the EOP Foundation, 819 7th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 200001, telephone (2020) 833.8940.

Below is a summary of Don’s presentation to OSS ’21.

Don Gessaman
Don Gessaman

2001 Godson (US) Governments and Gangs

10 Transnational Crime, Government, Historic Contributions, Law Enforcement
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Roy Godson
Roy Godson

DR. ROY GODSON was elected president of the National Strategy Information Center in 1993. He is also professor of government at Georgetown University  His focus on the nexus between organized criminal gangs and corrupt governments will remain a critical factor in devising sustainable global strategies for creating a prosperous world at peace.  He is also gifted at communicating the variations of intellectual understanding of strategy–his co-editd book, Security Studies in the 21st Century, remains seminal.  Below is his contribution OSS ’01.

Roy Godson
Roy Godson

2001 Heibel (US) Intelligence Training and the Difference Between Information and Intelligence

Analysis, Historic Contributions, Methods & Process
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Robert Heibel
Robert Heibel

PLATINUM Professor Robert Heibel
Professor Robert Heibel, a veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is unique for having established both an undergraduate and a graduate program in intelligence and research analysis.  His pioneering efforts have provided varied intelligence communities with very high-quality individuals, properly trained, at a time when their respective countries need them badly.  His development of training materials that did not exist, of a training program that did not exist, of a philosophy of education in the national service that did not exist anywhere else at the time, is worthy of the highest regard.

Below are his oral and written contributions to OSS ’01.

Presentation
Presentation
Article
Article

2001 Jongman (NL) World Conflict & Human Rights Map

Communities of Practice, Earth Intelligence, Geospatial, Historic Contributions, Threats
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PDF of World Conflict Map
PDF of World Conflict Map

Researcher A.J. Jongman, Interdisciplinary Research Programme (PIOOM), Leiden University, The Netherlands OSS ’01: For a brilliant combination of research, insight, and data visualization, in partnership with those associated with the Interdisciplinary Research Programme (PIOOM), resulting in the creation of the World Conflict & Human Rights Map 2000 that portrays so effectively the global conditions of instability that no great nation can ignore.

For many years, this map was the single most popular element of the OSS “Goodie Bag” that grew over time to be a full briefcase with books and such.  We are trying to get ODT Maps to take the map over from the Leiden program and its subsidizer, the Goals for Americas Foundation.  Below is Researcher Jongman’s contribution to OSS ’01.

Berto Jongman
Berto Jongman