Hacking for DefenseSPRING 2020
HACKING FOR DEFENSE 2020
Hacking for Defense (H4D) is an education initiative that applies design thinking and the Lean Startup model to solve real and complex problems in the defense and intelligence communities. To do this, transdisciplinary student teams interview dozens of users and experts every week and constantly prototype solutions.
Designed by Stanford University, 20 universities across the U.S. are now using the H4D program, including Georgia Tech and Georgetown University. JMU is the first institution to exclusively offer the class to undergraduate students.
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Striving for the creation of a uniform ranking system to properly weigh foreign countries’ importance relative to the State-USAID Joint Strategic Goals, according to the Joint Strategic Plan.
Soldiers in the battlefield need a way to quickly and accurately identify equipment in the lab so that they can better identify Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) threats. (Defense Threat Reduction Agency)
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Streamlining healthcare supervisors and schedulers’ awareness of their clinical personnel’s skill sets to effectivley apply their expertise.