July 2001 Intelligence News
Newer News: August 2001
- Contract for Management Study of FBI Awarded, Justice Department press release, July 20. "The Department of Justice has awarded a contract to the firm of Arthur Andersen LLP to conduct a management study of the Federal Bureau of Investigation."
- DCI Tenet Refuses to Appear at Congressional Hearing, letter to Rep. Stephen Horn, July 17. "Neither I nor any CIA representative will testify."
- China: How Big a Threat? by Richard J. Newman and Kevin Whitelaw, U.S. News and World Report, July 23. "Intelligence analysts view Congress's new activism as an alarming effort to bully the CIA into producing analyses consistent with conservative ideology."
- Private life and security concerns collide by Michael Doyle, Modesto Bee, July 13. "As a member of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Condit oversees some of the nation's most sensitive secrets."
- Attorney General Enlarges Jurisdiction of Inspector General's Office, press release, July 11. "Effective immediately, the Inspector General will have primary jurisdiction over allegations of misconduct against employees of the FBI and DEA."
- White House Statement On The Appointment Of Mary K. Sturtevant, July 9. "National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice announced the appointment of Mary K. Sturtevant as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Intelligence Programs, National Security Council staff."
- Deputy Attorney General Thompson Statement Regarding Hanssen Guilty Plea, July 6. "Hanssen betrayed the trust of his country on the highest level imaginable, and today's plea ensures that he will be held fully accountable."
- Accused FBI spy Hanssen cuts deal by Naftali Bendavid, Chicago Tribune, July 4. "The plea will enable the government to avoid the pitfall of an open trial at which Hanssen could seek to use classified information as part of his defense."
- Back Channels: Two Panels Begin Reviewing Intelligence Technologies and Reorganization by Vernon Loeb, The Washington Post, July 3.
Older News: June 2001
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