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CIA Director Petraeus to visit Fort Campbell

CIA Director David Petraeus is returning to Fort Campbell to attend a division review with the 101st Airborne Division, a unit he led into Iraq in 2003, as the storied division celebrates its 70th anniversary.

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At NSA, sometimes computers make the policy calls

By Aliya Sternstein
NextGov.com

John DeLong, the first-ever compliance director at the Pentagon’s spy agency, spends his days making sure analysts are not snooping on Americans.

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ISE outlines expansion proposal in white paper

By David Perera
FierceGovernmentIT

A white paper from the Information Sharing Environment program office proposes using legal authorities to expand the ISE approach toward information sharing to areas beyond counterterrorism.

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Flynn: Integrated Intelligence System Provides Advantage

By Cheryl Pellerin
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, Aug. 15, 2012 – Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn has become Defense Intelligence Agency director at a time when 17 intelligence agencies and organizations -- an enterprise whose transformation began on 9/11 -- are maturing into an integrated community that Flynn calls a strategic advantage for the nation.

Flynn became DIA director July 24 in a ceremony at the agency’s headquarters, where he also was named commander of the co-located joint functional component command for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance that is part of U.S. Strategic Command.

“For the United States intelligence community, [the lesson from the tragedy of 9/11] was about transforming ourselves into something much better for the nation,” Flynn told American Forces Press Service.

He also quoted National Intelligence Director James R. Clapper, who said in his vision statement that a fully integrated intelligence community makes the nation more secure.

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New DIA Director Expects Intensified Demands for Intelligence

The new director of the Defense Intelligence Agency is approaching his dream job with eyes wide open, valuing people over technology and expecting a future that holds more intense demands for intelligence. Read more...

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