Center for a New American Security

For A Project To Counter Foreign Efforts To Undermine Democratic Institutions

  • Amount
    $100,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/1/2017
  • Term
    6 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
A grant to the Center for a New American Security will support its new project to assess the United States’ vulnerabilities to digital influence operations, identify existing capabilities and future countermeasures likely to be effective against tactics such as disinformation, and propose a unified strategy including private actors, nongovernmental organizations, and public institutions to combat foreign efforts to subvert the democratic process in the United States and undermine the governments of U.S. allies.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.cnas.org 
Address
1152 15th Street NW Suite 950, Washington, DC, 20005, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for study of government service in national security  
The Center for a New American Security will examine the current state of the national security talent pipeline and explore the challenges, barriers, and opportunities in the recruitment and retention of civil servants in national security departments and agencies. The project seeks to ascertain the rising generation’s perceptions, priorities, and concerns regarding future or sustained government service. It will include focused research on underrepresented populations in the national security enterprise. Upon completion of the research, the center will brief findings to decision makers within national security departments, agencies, and offices and will create resources informing interested individuals about opportunities for government service.
for support of a project to assess the role of Congress in U.S. national security policy  
The Center for a New American Security is an independent think tank that develops strong pragmatic and principled national security and defense policies. The grant will contribute to a project focused on revitalizing Congress’ role in national security, particularly in the areas of war powers and intelligence oversight. The project’s goals include making recommendations for improving Congress’ engagement on national security issues by clarifying what formal and informal tools are available to members to engage in this space. Congress has an important role to play in providing democratic accountability and transparency in the national security arena. This project is intended to enhance Congress’ ability to fulfill that role in a meaningful way.
for support of a project to assess the role of Congress in US national security policy  
The Center for a New American Security is an independent, bipartisan think tank that develops strong pragmatic and principled national security and defense policies. The grant will contribute to a project focused on revitalizing Congress’ role in national security, particularly in the areas of war powers and intelligence oversight. The project’s goals include making recommendations for improving Congress’ engagement on national security issues by clarifying what formal and informal tools are available to members to engage in this space. Congress has an important role to play in providing democratic accountability and transparency in the national security arena. This project is intended to enhance Congress’ ability to fulfill that role in a meaningful way.

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