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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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Roslyn Mazer Named Inspector General for DHS

Roslyn A. Mazer has been nominated as the inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security, President Barack Obama announced Tuesday. Mazer currently serves as the inspector general of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, where she manages audits, inspections and investigations relating to the ODNI. From 1993 …

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Robert Cardillo

Robert Cardillo serves as the deputy director for intelligence integration in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. DNI James Clapper named Cardillo to this newly created post in September 2010. In his ODNI role, he is responsible for facilitating information sharing and collaboration through the integration of analysis …

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Intel Observers See WikiLeaks Chilling Effect on Information Sharing

In the wake of WikiLeaks, many observers predicted a chilling effect on information sharing. After all, the accused leaker Pfc. Bradley Manning, is alleged to have exploited the joint Defense Department and State Department computer network, originally created to give forward-deployed soldiers valuable in-field information, to pass on information from …

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Senate Confirms ODNI Deputy; Obama Appoints New Intel CIO

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has a new No. 2, to report directly to the intel agency’s director, Gen. James Clapper. The Senate confirmed last week ODNI’s pick, Stephanie O’Sullivan, as principle deputy. She will hold the second-highest position in the Intelligence Community. In addition to her …

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3 Things You Should Know about the Intelligence Budget

The budget for the nation’s myriad of intelligence activities is bucking the historical trend in three important ways. First, unlike overall defense spending, which is expected to flat-line or decline in the coming years, the intelligence budget, which has doubled in the past 10 years, is growing and will likely …

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