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Broadband for All - An Alternative Vision (HL 41) reports that the Government is preoccupied with speed, rather than focusing on access and the imperative of creating a 'future proof' national network which is built to last. The Committee is concerned that the Government's investment in this area could be a missed opportunity, although it is not too late to change course. As part of an alternative approach, policy should be driven by the need to arrest and ultimately eliminate the digital divide, rather than deliver enhanced provision for those who already have good connections. Many services will increasingly be delivered via the internet, including critical public services; without better provision some people stand to be marginalized or excluded altogether. The realization of the Committee's proposal lies in the creation of a robust and resilient national network, bringing open access fibre-optic hubs within reach of every community. Open access to thes
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The Historical Collections Division (HCD) of CIA 's Information Management Services is responsible for executing the Agency's Historical Review Program.This program seeks to identify and declassify collections of documents that detail the Agency's analysis and activities relating to historicallysignificant topics
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Book Description Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC, 2012. Wraps. Condition: Very good. Presumed first edition/first printing. , 28 p. WithDVD in pocket inside back cover. Occasional footnotes. Annotated Bibliography. This collection of declassified analytic monographs and reference aids, designated within the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Directorate of Intelligence (DI) as the CAESAR, POLO, and ESAU series, was originally released on 26 June 2007 at the annual meeting of the SOciety for Historian of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR). The documents reflect the views of seasoned analys who had followed closely their special areas of research and whose views were shaped in often heated debate. The purpose of the CAESAR project was to study all available information on the menbers of, and the events affecting, the Soviet leadership hierarchy. POLO was instituted in 1956 to study the Chinese communist hierarchy. ESAU was stated in 1959 to examing the Sino-Soviet relationship. Seller Inventory # 67413