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Wednesday, June 29, 2005
The Big Announcement
Well-placed sources tell me that the new Director of National Intelligence (DNI), Ambassador John Negroponte, will unveil sweeping reforms for the intelligence community next week. From what I'm told, decisions about major changes in mission and organization for major agencies have already been made, and will announced during a major address. Mr. Negroponte's plan will build upon the recommendations of the 9-11 Commission and the panel that investigated intelligence on WMDs in Iraq. I haven't seen any specifics of the plan (yet), but the proposed reforms are said to be broad and far-reaching. Meanwhile, morale at those three-letter agencies in D.C. is said to be rock-bottom. I'm not sure if Negroponte's plan will make those folks any happier, but it will put intelligence reform into motion...
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Can your sources give us a hint? (grin)
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