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With over 16,000 logins and 3,000 posts, and participation from 112 countries, the 2012 Jam was an overwhelming success! The SDA thanks all of the partners who made the Jam possible, the European External Action Service, the European Commission, NATO Allied Command Transformation, the US Mission to NATO and of course IBM, as well as the 8 think-tank partners who moderated the debates this week, and the coalition partners. Our thanks also go to the VIPs who took the time to share their ideas with Jammers, among others Adm. Stavridis, Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Gen. Abrial, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, Maciej Popowski, Deputy Secretary General of the European External Action Service, Claude-France Arnould, Chief Executive of the European Defence Agency, and Admiral Johnstone-Burt, NATO ACT Chief of Staff.
Over the next 6 weeks the Security Jam team will be analysing the Jam contents, compiling the best and most innovative ideas into concrete recommendations in a report that will be presented to global leaders ahead of the NATO and G8 summits, and sent to some 13 000 high ranking officials and experts around the world once published. During this time you are welcome to log back into the Jam and read and rate your favorite posts for consideration in the jam report.
HCSS participated in the Security Jam as one of the think thank partners.
Find more information at www.securityjam.org or contact us
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