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Gaps in Intel Sharing Nets Remain Ten Years After 9/11, Report Says

Ten years on from the 9/11 attacks, intelligence agencies are still struggling to strengthen the information sharing networks that broke down in 2001, says a report from the Congressional Research Service. The Hill reports the CRS issued a 33-page report on outstanding intelligence issues that Congress needs to address. The …

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GAO Report Recommends More Oversight of DoD ISR

Funding for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance — or ISR as it’s known — is thought to be one area of the Defense Department’s budget pie that won’t be shrinking any time soon. The successful intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden helped cement ISR’s reputation in a …

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CTC Director Leiter Appoints Principal Deputy Director

CTC Director Michael E. Leiter, Photo: dni.gov Michael E. Leiter, the National Counterterrorism Center director, announced this week he has appointed a new principal deputy director for the center, the intelligence community agency responsible for domestic and international counterterrorism efforts. Andrew M. Liepman, who previously served as the center’s directorate …

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Intel Community Calls for Innovative Research Ideas

The Intelligence and National Security Alliance is partnering with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to showcase innovative ideas in intelligence. INSA has issued a call for abstracts on a number of different intelligence-related research areas: from energy storage and robotics to WMD detection and cybersecurity. The entries, …

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