JoDee Friedly

JoDee Friedly is a graduate research associate for the Center for Collaboration Science (CCS) and graduate student at the University of Nebraska at Omaha studying Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She has been on research grants funded by the Department of Homeland Security and STRATCOM. In addition she was recruited to conduct job analyses for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands to assess leadership and job titles within the organization. JoDee has coauthored papers and presented at various conferences.

2011: Cyber Moves to the Action Phase

The cyber world was intensely active this year.  To wit:

Virtual USA and Web 2.0

I’ve seen a number of intersting mapping applications being developed “on the ground” that engage citizens in a collaborative efforts to provide details about their communities. The most common of these is, which advertises itself as an editable map of the world.

How Can Government Best Integrate and Share Information, at Home and Abroad?

The IBM Center for the Business of Government hosted a recent Roundtable discussion with current and former government leaders and stakeholders about integrating and analyzing data within and across governments across the Atlantic to improve threat prediction and prevention. This initial discussion focused on how the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) information sharing enterprise can have greatest impact and interaction with partners.