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    How Guided Conversations Can Help Leaders with Challenging Topics and Result in Positive Actions

    During difficult times, leaders must be front and center and address issues head-on to build organizational resilience. Staff members look to their leaders to show them how to navigate times of uncertainty and change. Being there for your staff members in challenging times is one of the most important things you can do to build team resilience and cohesiveness.

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    ‘Tis the Season of Lame Duck Appropriations

    It’s no surprise the federal government is operating under a continuing resolution (CR)—timely passage of appropriation bills has been a rarity for decades. The burning question is, what will happen when the current CR ends during this lame-duck congressional session?

  • Person selecting resilience button

    Five Practices for Building Resilience: For You and Your Team

    In the article “What Resilience Means, and Why It Matters,” Andrea Ovans describes resiliency as “the ability to recover from setbacks, adapt well to change, and keep going in the face of adversity.” Resiliency is an essential component of dynamic leadership and critical for promoting a team’s well-being and performance and preventing burnout. The more challenging the environment, the more crucial it is—and our current work/life environment is more challenging than ever before.

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    Culture News

    Addressing Complex Problems

    During his 30-year tenure at LMI, Bruce Kaplan has used his expertise in defense logistics and research and development to help LMI and its clients succeed. With a strong commitment to innovation and exceeding customer expectations, Bruce has led efforts to modernize logistics through finding, developing, and pushing pioneering technologies. Learn about Bruce’s role as a logistics strategy and integration fellow and his plans to continue making a positive difference at LMI.

  • U.S. Navy Platform Ship

    Sealift: The Foundation of U.S. Military Power Projection

    As resilience and self-defense become exponentially more important in the highly lethal military operating environments of tomorrow, American sea power is the difference maker, in peace or conflict.

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    Academic Partnership

    LMI and UVA's Data Entrepreneurship Challenge: Embracing Innovation and Collaboration for the Social Good

    LMI and the University of Virginia School of Data Science (UVA SDS) have a long partnership: collaborating on research, sponsored capstone projects, internships, and faculty engagements; speaking jointly at student-run organization events; teaming on government contracts; and, of course, actively hiring new graduates. This year, we achieved a new milestone with the launch of our inaugural Data Entrepreneurship Challenge (DEC).

  • 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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    Logistics Decision Dominance

    Now is the time to turn significant attention and resources to maintaining our logistics advantage.

  • Group photo from the USFS lichen biomonitoring training in the Rouge River–Siskiyou National Forest. Lower row (left to right): Ashley Rivero (LMI), Bri Bernstein (U.S. Forest Service [USFS]), and Amanda Hardman (USFS). Upper row (left to right) Jennifer Brown (LMI), David Walls (LMI), and Teresa Bird (USFS).
    Innovation at the Pace of Need™

    LMI Team Receives Specialized Biomonitoring Training

    LMI’s environmental planning team (Jennifer Brown, Ashley Rivero, and David Walls) completed lichen biomonitoring training sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service, Region 6. The team spent three days in the Rouge River–Siskiyou National Forest’s Kalmiopsis Wilderness, where they learned how to set a biomonitoring plot, calculate tree density, identify lichen plant communities, set abundance scores, and collect tissue samples for analysis.

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