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Producing Individual Deployability in the Army National Guard
This summary describes research estimating the impact of changes in unit manning on soldiers’ individual readiness within battalion-sized units of the Army National Guard (ARNG) during periods of foundational readiness (when soldiers are not mobilized for deployment, on deployment, nor recently returned from deployment). The analyses focus on full-time support from soldiers authorized under Title 32 of the United States Code to serve in the Active Guard or Reserve (AGR). IDA quantified the relationship between the individual readiness of drilling soldiers and full-time support from Title 32 AGR soldiers.
IDA Research Summary, Five Foundational Elements of a Zero Trust Enterprise
This summary describes five foundational elements of an approach to the new security concept of Zero Trust, which relies on continuous verification of an enterprise’s devices, users, and applications. The vision for Zero Trust is to defend against threats from outsiders and insiders and to block lateral movement within an enterprise.