More than ever, MITRE remains committed to deepening knowledge about the coronavirus pandemic and its aftershocks, applying lessons learned to health-related and other national challenges.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we feature some of the many women scientists, engineers, researchers, and executives who’ve been core to MITRE’s success since our beginnings. Throughout the pandemic, they’ve taken the lead as key members of the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition, as cyber-defenders against ransomware attacks on hospitals, as experts on critical biomedical supply chains, and much more.
One of the things we’re best known for is our ability to bring together disparate—often competitive—organizations for the greater good. For the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition, we even invented a new way to collaborate, with an innovative MITRE-created information infrastructure. For their work, our pioneering team has been named a winner of a 2021 CIO 100 Award, which recognizes business technology innovation.
Throughout this unusual year, MITRE’s people have done what they always do—apply innovative systems thinking to prepare for whatever the next normal brings.
How is the federal government doing when it comes to spurring #innovation? A team of MITRE researchers assessed the effectiveness of government-funded innovation activities. Their findings now guide government and industry organizations. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/xrP6d2pHG5
As an established, trusted partner to the defense and intelligence communities, we connect key decision-makers, data, and systems to strengthen national security and stability. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/WjIMjBTwIA
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