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Engage with LMI thought leaders as they present timely insights, research and innovation, company news, culture stories, and perspectives on a variety of issues and topics.

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  • Jamechia D. Hoyle
    Culture News

    Employee Spotlight: Meet Jamechia D. Hoyle

    LMI has by far been my favorite place to work. It is an amazing feeling to show up in the work environment as your “whole self.” I feel valued and a part of a culture that is not only committed to the mission, but also committed to the workforce. 

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    Innovation at the Pace of Need™

    Where Insight Meets Innovation

    Possibility starts with people. Our project teams push the boundaries of capability for our customers. We integrate extensive federal expertise with emerging technology experts to rapidly develop creative solutions. 

  • John Bogdan
    Culture News

    Employee Spotlight: John Bogdan, Principal, Biology

    John Bogdan, LMI biology principal, is a widely recognized leader and subject matter expert in vaccines and therapeutics for infectious disease. Discover how his love of science links his professional career of solving complex problems to his personal life and even as he mentors aspiring science students.

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    How the FDA Can Improve the Vaccine Approval Process

    We can apply the lessons from the COVID pandemic to vaccine and treatment submissions moving forward. Here’s how. 

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    Managing the Return to Onsite Work: There’s No One-Size-Fits-All Solution

    Managing the Return to Onsite Work: There’s No One-Size-Fits-All Solution

    To successfully return from remote to onsite work, managers will need to draw on all their leadership skills, including empathy, flexibility, and agility.

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    Innovation at the Pace of Need™

    Innovative Advancements for More Equitable Healthcare

    Value-based programs are opening new pathways to equity in healthcare.

  • What the U.S. Must Do Now To Avoid the Next Pandemic

    What the U.S. Must Do Now To Avoid the Next Pandemic

    COVID-19 is not the first pandemic the United States has faced, but it may be the one that teaches us some very modern lessons about public trust, our surveillance networks, and effective response management. Here’s what the U.S. can learn from past pandemics and COVID-19 to ensure an effective response to the next pandemic. 

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    Culture News

    Uncle Mel, a Member of America's Greatest Generation - by Andrew Geiszler

    In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Andrew Geiszler shares the story of his Uncle Mel and his role with America's Greatest Generation.

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    Water Scarcity: A National Security Challenge

    The scarcity of fresh water worldwide portends escalating international competition for its availability, prompting attention from the U.S. Intelligence Community. 

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