Interview with CAPT Kenneth L. BarberUnited States Space Force
Congratulations CAPT Barber on your 12 years of Service and your transfer of duties to USSF September 3, 2020
Capt Kenneth L. Barber is the Chief, Space Based SDA, Space Superiority Division, Headquarters United States Space Force, Peterson AFB CO. He is responsible for the oversight, management, execution, and resourcing of USSF’s space domain awareness assets and Science & Technology (S&T) portfolio.
This industry association solution-oriented initiative is grounded in a design-based research methodology focused on increasing the number of cybersecurity professionals in the public and private sector by leveraging the collective capabilities of minority technology companies, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, government agencies along with non-profit organizations and community leaders.
Cybersecurity graduate and undergraduate students research key questions in economic development, measurement and policy issues that require the critical workforce skills that are also required in the cybersecurity industry.
CEBOT Research Initiatives
Innovation in Motion is part of an industry focused, design based, applied research framework that studies how best systems connect and improve in public good ecosystems.
Council Exchange Board of TradeLooking Forward Research & Development
Governance for Good
University Owned Equipment
Students interact with University owned equipment, facilities and regulations.
Industry focused outcomes are governed by an international 501c6 non-stock corporation.
Growth Algorithms are designed to develop predictable behavior, program alliance and contract revenue.
Building a New American Economy
America's Community Collaboration Platform
The ACCP Digital Collaboration Platform was created to unify our nation and build together the critical relationships and infrastructure needed to restore the health and economy of the United States. The broader impact of this research includes new international economic development methodologies.
There’s no greater economic engine in the world than the hard work and ingenuity of the American people. ACCP brings together industry, government, academia, service providers and community to digitally create a path towards economic mobility and self-sufficiency for targeted participants across United States.
The current version of the ACCP service offering introduces a two year longitudinal research on over 660,000 current HUD housing support recipients located in 50 Public Housing Authority (PHA) jurisdictions across the United States. This "iMembers Portal" program is set to launch September 12, 2022.
The CEBOT Enterprise builds on the following United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals; 4-Quality Education, 8-Good Jobs and Economic Growth, 9-Innovation and Infrastructure, and 17-Partnerships for the Goals.
This frames a community plan of action for people, prosperity and community preparation for a more resilient world economy.
As a new global industry force we are determined to ensure that all human beings can enjoy prosperous and fulfilling lives and that economic, social and technological progress occurs in harmony with the needs of the individual and the needs of the communities we serve.
Council Exchange Board of Trade
Sustainable Development Goals 2019-2026
University Sponsored Activity
CEBOT Fellow Virtual Intern Program Key Benefits
The National Society for Experiential Education defines an internship as "a carefully monitored work or volunteer experience in which an individual has intentional learning goals and reflects actively on what he or she is learning throughout the experience." The key phrases in this definition are "carefully monitored," "intentional learning goals," and "reflects actively."
Benefits of Internships to:
University: · Forge relationships with employers leading to professional jobs and cooperative education opportunities · Enhance classroom discussions with real-world examples · Provide opportunity for academia to stay abreast of recent developments in business/industry · Support educational mission to integrate theory and practice
Students: · Provide an opportunity to "test-drive" a career · Develop specific skills and knowledge related to a career · Develop a professional network · Enhance marketability-for graduate school or jobs after graduation · Increase relevance and enhance understanding of coursework
POST-SECONDARY A P P R E N T I C E S H I P I N T E R M E D I A R Y
The Council Exchange Board of Trade (CEBOT) brings a rich history of advocacy and procurement policy guidance within the federal policy ecosystem. The $100 Billion Minority Technology Industry is a source of jobs to over 500,000 professionals both in the United States and abroad. CEBOT brings applied research & development to growth algorithms that catalyze regional innovation ecosystems, stimulating economic development and uplifting minority business and community. CEBOT leadership and Senior Fellows bring new capabilities, investment and research capacity to the minority technology industry and to the stakeholders they serve.
Engagement requires value and produces consensus when process is key. Governance gives rise to planned growth both individually and throughout the ecosystem.
Growth rises when not stifled by moral hazard. CEBOT algorithms facilitate a deliberate system of principles to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes.
Innovation liberates possibilities, improves systems and can transform bureaucracies into managed serviced/resource based functions.
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