Media and News
Select media coverage and news about the Center for Data-Driven Policy’s work in in key areas.
Building Trust in Government
Hosted by MITRE's Center for Data-Driven Policy, this monthly podcast brings non-partisan, data-driven insights to government policymaking. Each episode focuses on ways to deliver better outcomes—in national security, cyber, science and technology, domestic policy, and government management. Listen here.
Space Policy Podcast
Examine events and ideas affecting the space sector. The Space Policy Pod podcast, jointly produced by MITRE, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the Space Foundation, is available on Spotify and Apple. Listen here.
Federal IT Dashboard
Op-Ed: Pentagon Needs a Six-Pillar Foundation
The Hill publishes recommendations on modernizing defense acquisition from MITRE national security experts Matt MacGregor, Pete Modigliani, and Greg Grant
Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA)
Dave Powner, CDDP’s executive director, received extensive media coverage for his January testimony before a House panel on the FITARA scorecard. His testimony was quoted in Meritalk, Federal News Network and SC Magazine. He was subsequently featured in a Fedscoop podcast, and interviewed for in-depth articles published in FCW, Inside Cybersecurity, and Meritalk.
BioMetric Update highlights MITRE’s response to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s RFI on biometrics, citing Duane Blackburn. Fedscoop also quotes Blackburn in articles on the definition of biometrics and facial recognition technology.
National Defense Authorization Act Provisions Sparked Support and Skepticism from Several Experts
A Nextgov article extensively quotes Pete Modigliani on the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2022.
Improving Federal Cybersecurity
A Nextgov article highlights the conclusions of CDDP’s paper, Eight Recommendations for Congress to Improve Federal Cybersecurity. Meritalk also reported on the paper, written by Mark Peters, Dave Powner, and Chris Folk. Powner appeared on a Fedscoop podcast to discuss the recommendations.