Regina E. Dugan – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Experienced in counterterrorism and defense against explosive threats, Dugan first served as a DARPA program manager from 1996 to 2000. During her first DARPA tour, she directed a diverse $100 million portfolio of programs including the Dog’s Nose program, which focused on the development of an advanced, field-portable system for detecting the explosive content of land mines.From July 2009 to March 2012, Dugan served as the 19th Director of DARPA; she was the first woman to lead the Agency. As Director she advanced strategic initiatives in the fields of cyber security, social media, advanced manufacturing. She also led an active operational deployment in direct support of the war in Afghanistan.

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