IC in the News

IC in the News

Receiving treatment for a sexual assault will no longer harangue the process for getting or keeping a security clearance, the U.S. government's top intelligence official said Friday.
James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, is warning that federal budget cuts known as sequestration will hurt the nation in ways that might not be known until it is too late.
Government computer scientists are asking industry for information that could lead to new levels of computational performance with dramatically lower power, space, and cooling requirements than the high-performance computing (HPC) systems of today.
Bored with classes? Carnegie Mellon University and one of the government’s top spy agencies want to interest high school students in a game of computer hacking.
“The thinking behind this program is to help build a diverse intelligence community,” said Mark Ross, Chief of Outreach and Policy in the DNI’s Chief Human Capital Office. “Not just diverse in terms of diversity and background, but where in the United States they come from. The idea is to promote diversity and to develop a pipeline of talent for the intelligence community.”