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News | May 7, 2021

ISO Hearing Reviewing DOD Strategy, Policy, and Programs for Countering WMD in FY22

Jennifer Walsh, principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for homeland defense and global security and acting undersecretary of defense for policy; Dr. Brandi C. Vann, acting assistant secretary of defense for nuclear, chemical and biological defense programs; Navy Vice Adm. Timothy G. Szymanski, deputy command of U.S. Special Operations Command; and Dr. Rhys M. Williams, acting director of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, testify during a subcommittee on intelligence and special operations hearing, May 4, 2021. Their testimony will include a review of the Defense Department’s strategy, policy and programs for countering weapons of mass destruction for fiscal year 2022.

ISO Hearing: "Reviewing DOD Strategy, Policy, and Programs for Countering WMD in FY22"  (double click the image below)


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