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The Wiki and the Intel Analyst

- Intellipedia, the federal intelligence community’s version of Wikipedia, is transforming the way analysts view, share, and dissect data, according to a U.S. intelligence official.


- 72 Percentage of state and local intelligence fusion centers experiencing difficulty accessing federal data, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

Another World of Intelligence

- The government is looking to virtual worlds as a tool to help employees make sense of a growing body of complex data.

Ex-Intelligence Officers Condemn Torture

- The group of fifteen ex-interrogators and ex-intelligence officers call torture “unlawful, ineffective and counterproductive.”

Intelligence Sharing Improves

- A new team of analysts sifts through national security intelligence to find items relevant to state and local officials.

Working Together Across the Divide

- Can we learn to get out of our communication silos?

Information Sharing

- The Interagency Threat Assessment Coordination Group (ITACG) is up and runnning at the National Counterterrorism Center, distilling international- and national-level intelligence for use by state and local agencies, administrators recently told lawmakers on Capitol Hill.


- Divided loyalties are more likely to motivate spies than financial incentives and coercion, says a Department of Defense study on espionage.

Intelligence Chiefs Learn From Experience

- Top U.S. intelligence officers explain how the mistakes they made in Iraq hold lessons for us all.

State and Local Fusion Centers Plead for More Federal Funds

- Without more federal funding, fusion center officials worry they will not have the resources to maintain staffing levels or continue operations.

No Evidence Terrorists Can Produce Nuclear Weapon

- DHS' chief intelligence officer tells Congress that al Qaeda is still searching for scientists with the expertise to produce a nuclear weapon.

Spy Agencies Using Google

- Google's search engine technology and servers are being used by the nation's intelligence community to share information more efficiently.

Capturing Jonathan Pollard: How One of the Most Notorious Spies in American History Was Brought to Justice

- The agent that secured the spy Jonathan Pollard's confession tells how he nabbed the man behind one of the greatest national security breaches in U.S. history.

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