Space Policy Pod: Episode 4 (JP Parker, Office of the Director of National Intelligence) 17 June 2020

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    Given the current real-world challenges confronting all of us, AIAA has joined the MITRE Corporation, Space Foundation, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to produce this podcast series to examine events and ideas affecting the space sector. We hope the episodes serve as an enlightening discussion on the relevant topics of the day with insights from key policymakers in the field.
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  • JP ParkerEpisode 4 John Paul (JP) Parker

    17 June 2020

    Intelligence Community Space Executive, Office of the Director of National Intelligence

    Episode recorded 12 June 2020

This podcast takes an inside look at the intelligence community space enterprise with senior executive John Paul (JP) Parker. Mr. Parker is a Senior National Intelligence Service officer serving as Intelligence Community Space Executive, a newly formed office designed to increase collaboration, integration and innovation throughout the IC space enterprise. Previously, Mr. Parker was Special Advisor to the Vice President for Space, Cyber, Intelligence, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and Science and Technology. Mr. Parker represented the Vice President on all national security space matters, and was instrumental in reestablishing the National Space Council and drafting the National Strategy for Space.

About the Space Policy Pod

Brought to you by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), MITRE, Space Foundation, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The Space Policy Pod series unites leading organizations in space to share timely thinking in the new environment and upcoming changes to the policy landscape. Each episode will feature an open and candid discussion with a prominent policy leader to bring new insights to the space community.