Newer News: March 2007
February 2007 Intelligence News
- An Admonition on Intelligence by Walter Pincus, Washington Post, February 26. "In one of his last moves as director of national intelligence before leaving for the State Department, John D. Negroponte signed off on a new and unusually detailed policy directive that sets out common principles for intelligence analysis for the nation's 16 spy agencies."
- Bush budget contains many secrets by Lisa Mascaro, Las Vegas Sun, February 25. "As military spending has come to dominate the Bush budget since the 9/11 attacks, the amount of money being funneled to the black budget has risen sharply."
- Justice Department Responds to Congressional Report on Sandy Berger Investigation, letter to Rep. Henry Waxman, February 16. "We have reviewed the Report and respectfully disagree with its characterization of the Department's investigation."
- Navy changes policy on contractors, encrypted communications by Patience Wait, Government Computer News, February 14. "The U.S. Navy issued a new instruction Feb. 7 revising policy and expanding the procedures to allow authorizing release of communications security material to contractors."
- Truth and Credibility by Al Kamen, Washington Post, February 14. "The Pentagon's new "Polygraph and Credibility Assessment Program" is a whole new way to see if someone is lying, by combining lie detectors with 'credibility assessment' -- CA for short."
- DOD issues electronic-warfare doctrine by Patience Wait, Government Computer News, February 1. "The Federation of American Scientists has posted a new publication issued by the Joint Chiefs of Staff covering joint-forces doctrine for electronic warfare."
Older News: January 2007
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