David Allen Gewirtz is an American journalist, author, and U.S. policy advisor who has written more than 900 articles about technology, competitiveness, and national security policy. Gewirtz was featured on The History Channel television special The President's Book of Secrets, which detailed secret information privy only to the President of the United States. He currently serves as director of the U.S. Strategic Perspective Institute. Gewirts grew up in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.

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  • David Allen Gewirtz is an American journalist, author, and U.S. policy advisor who has written more than 900 articles about technology, competitiveness, and national security policy. Gewirtz was featured on The History Channel television special The President's Book of Secrets, which detailed secret information privy only to the President of the United States. He currently serves as director of the U.S. Strategic Perspective Institute. Gewirts grew up in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Gewirtz is a CNN contributor, a CBS contributing editor, and the ZDNet Government blogger. He is best known for his non-partisan investigative reporting on the Bush White House e-mail controversy. He is the author of the book Where Have All The E-mails Gone? How Something as Seemingly Benign as White House E-mail Can Have Freaky National Security Consequences (ISBN 978-0945266204), which explores the controversy from a technical perspective and, according to The Intelligence Daily, is "the definitive account about the circumstances that led to the loss of administration emails." Gewirtz is the cyberwarfare advisor for the International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals, a columnist for The Journal of Counterterrorism and Homeland Security, and has been a guest commentator for the Nieman Watchdog of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. He is also a member of the FBI InfraGard program and is a member of the U.S. Naval Institute. Gewirtz has been awarded the Sigma Xi Research Award in Engineering. He is the author of five books including How To Save Jobs and Where Have All The E-mails Gone?. Gewirtz is an advisory board member for the Technical Communications and Management Certificate program and a member of the instructional faculty at the University of California, Berkeley extension. Gewirtz is also a former professor of computer science and has lectured at Princeton University, the University of California, Berkeley, UCLA, and Stanford. He is also the editor-in-chief of ZATZ Publishing, an independent digital magazine and book publisher. (en)
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  • David Allen Gewirtz is an American journalist, author, and U.S. policy advisor who has written more than 900 articles about technology, competitiveness, and national security policy. Gewirtz was featured on The History Channel television special The President's Book of Secrets, which detailed secret information privy only to the President of the United States. He currently serves as director of the U.S. Strategic Perspective Institute. Gewirts grew up in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. (en)
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