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A planned reorganization of military intelligence will mean a boost in purchases of certain aircraft.
Host John Gilroy discusses the Intelligence Community's Intellipedia wiki with the men behind it - Sean Dennehy and Don Burke.
December 21, 2010
Has the intelligence community become too big for its own good? For analysis, we spoke with Federal News Radio national security correspondent, J.J. Green.
We learn why the congressional watchdog has been caught in the middle of the debate.
Sometime before the end of February, Dr. Ron Sanders, the Chief Human Capital Officer and the Associate Director of National Intelligence, will step down from his position of almost 20 years in the Intelligence Community. His retirement had been rumored since sometime before Christmas, but was formally announced earlier this week.
Sometime before the end of February, Dr. Ron Sanders, the Chief Human Capital Officer and the Associate Director of National Intelligence, will step down from his position of almost 20 years in the Intelligence Community. His retirement had been rumored since sometime before Christmas, but was formally announced earlier this month.
Why are we still having so much trouble "connecting the dots" on terrorism cases in the U.S?
A Senate panel holds a confirmation hearing for the man nominated to be second in command at the nation's Intelligence Community. Lawmakers learn how he and his boss plan to play to each other's strengths. Also: a committment to substantially reduce the use of outside contractors in the IC.