Clark Kent Ervin
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Clark Kent Ervin

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Clark Kent Ervin is a Director for the Homeland Security Program of the Aspen Institute with 64 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1989 Call-In as an Associate Director for the Policy of the Office of National Service. The year with the most videos was 2010 with 19 videos as a Commissioner for the Commission on Wartime Contracting. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2018 with an average of 1,215 views per program. Most appearances with Charles Tiefer (28), Robert J. Henke (28), Christopher Shays (27). Most common tags: Iraq Occupation/Reconstruction (05/02/03-08/31/10), Afghanistan, Terrorism.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2005 - Present Director, Homeland Security Program, Aspen Institute Videos: 20 c. June 30, 2008 - Present Commissioner, Commission on Wartime Contracting
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Videos: 35

Previously

Inspector General, Department of Homeland Security December 26, 2003 - c. December 8, 2004 Videos: 7 Acting Inspector General, Department of Homeland Security January 10, 2003 - December 26, 2013 Videos: 1 Associate Director, Policy, Office of National Service c. January 1, 1989 - c. December 31, 1991 Videos: 1 U.S. Representative Candidate,
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c. January 1, 1991 - c. November 2, 1992 Videos: 0

Recent Appearances

  • Intelligence and National Security

    Intelligence and National Security

    Former White House Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Adviser Lisa Monaco, former CIA Director John Brennan, and former…

  • Airport Security

    Airport Security

    Clark Kent Ervin talked about a Department of Homeland Security Inspector General report showing Transportation Security…

  • Security at Overseas Airports

    Security at Overseas Airports

    Clark Kent Ervin talked about efforts to increase security at foreign airports with direct flights serving the U.S. A video clip was shown of…

  • National Security and Liberty

    National Security and Liberty

    Panelists talked about the tension between a free press and national security. Among the topics they addressed were National Security Agency (NSA) data…

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