MD5 director 'troubled' that group has not met with transition team

January 4, 2017 at 2:28 PM
The director of the MD5 National Security Technology Accelerator, a partnership between the Pentagon, New York University and other U.S. universities, is "troubled" his group has not met with members of the Trump transition team. Adam Jay Harrison told Inside Defense his accelerator, which was officially launched late last year, has not yet been able to make its pitch to President-elect Donald Trump’s staff. Yet, Harrison said his group's work is critical, particularly given the incoming administration’s focus on...

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