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The wave of uprisings across North Africa and the Middle East have prompted the U.S. government to begin developing guidelines for culling intelligence from social media networks, a top Homeland Security official said Monday.
A new head of the Homeland Security Department's Intelligence and Analysis division is one step closer to becoming official.
Homeland Security officials told Congress Wednesday they have made major strides in sharing intelligence information as a matter of policy and practice. DHS also is exploring the possibility of a departmentwide intelligence doctrine. Non-interoperable IT systems, however, remain a major obstacle.
Homeland Security continues to align its information technology capabilities with the needs of non-federal partners with whom it shares terrorism-related information. Under Secretary Caryn Wagner gives us an update.