CNAS’s Carter on 6 steps to reform VA; solving gov’s innovation problem; more

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On this week’s In Depth Digest: six steps to reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to Iraq vet Phil Carter of the Center for a New American Security; Federal Communications Commission Chief Information Officer David Bray has ideas to fix the government’s innovation problem; the growing Chinese military threat may be worse than anyone knows, says Forbes.com contributor Gordon Chang; easy-to-prevent diseases won’t kill kids around the world, thanks to Dr. Rana Hajjeh of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; and licenses to hack aren’t a bad thing for American cyber experts to have, according to National Defense University professor Sean Kern.

In Depth Digest June 16, 2014