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MITRE Corporation

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A US federally funded R&D center, spun off in 1958 from the MIT Lincoln Laboratory (also an FFRDC). MITRE is a non-profit corporation chartered to do R&D in the public interest.

MITRE were responsible for system engineering and implementation oversight of SAGE.

MITRE does not stand for MIT Research and Engineering, though it could have.

http://mitre.org/.
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"NNSA has issued a notice of intent to award a short-term sole source contract to MITRE Corporation to provide management and logistics support to the Jason program and its members through January 31, 2020," agency spokesman Gregory Wolf told (https://www.defensenews.com/smr/nuclear-arsenal/2019/04/25/nuclear-weapons-agency-moves-to-save-jason-advisory-group/) Defense News.
Christopher Duquette's affiliation with The MITRE Corporation is provided for information purposes only and is not intended to convey or imply MITRE's concurrence with, or support for.
We are always excited to learn more about start-up companies that are innovating in the judicial space," said a special guest of the forum Bradford Brown, Portfolio Director, The Center for Judicial Informatics, Science, and Technology (CJIST) at The MITRE Corporation after his meeting with Suzanna.
The MITRE Corporation Modern Technology Solutions Inc.
The Peter Jackson best innovative application paper prize was awarded to Erik Hemberg (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Jacob Rosen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Geoff Warner (MITRE Corporation), Sanith Wijesinghe (MITRE Corporation), and Una-May O'Reilly (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), for their paper Tax Non-Compliance Detection Using Co-Evolution of Tax Evasion Risk and Audit Likelihood.
After the war, he moved to America to work at the heart of the computer revolution and was employed by defence contractor the Mitre Corporation, where he was involved in top-secret research.
Patent 8,969,470 (March 3, 2015), "Quantum Dot-Polymer Nanocomposite for Optical Sensing," Sichu Li (Mitre Corporation, McLean, Virginia, USA).
According to a new study by University of Vermont and Mitre Corporation, "We use positive words more and overwhelmingly share positive stories over the negative news." That does not mean that people are not interested in following up "serious news," the point is that what they are willing to share online, what they are connecting to, and engaging with are more positive and light hearted materials.
To deeply explore this Pollyanna possibility, the team of scientists at UVM's Computational Story Lab -- with support from the National Science Foundation and The MITRE Corporation -- gathered billions of words from around the world using twenty-four types of sources including books, news outlets, social media, websites, television and movie subtitles, and music lyrics.
Schlesinger was chairman of the MITRE Corporation, a member of the Defense Policy Board, a trustee of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and a trustee of the Henry Jackson Foundation.
Experts including cyberspace consultant Dr John Sheldon, Baltic Defence College leadership department director Lieutenant Colonel Mike Kerttunen and Mitre Corporation international cyber lead Chris Spirito will discuss a variety of topics including cyber conflict in the Gulf and Bahrain, government and private sector remedies against cyber conflict, baseline cyber defence and security capabilities and the education and training requirements for cyber security in the workforce.