Ep. 77 – Can Defense Problems be "Hacked"?

May 15, 2019 00:36:46
Ep. 77 – Can Defense Problems be "Hacked"?
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Ep. 77 – Can Defense Problems be "Hacked"?
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Show Notes

In this episode, we talk to retired Army Col. Peter Newell about Hacking 4 Defense, a program that leverages the unique qualities of universities and private-sector startups to find solutions for government—especially the defense enterprise.

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