Newer News: March 2012
February 2012 Intelligence News
- CIA OK'd accused leaker to disclose training, assignments by Josh Gerstein, Politico, February 15. "A former Central Intelligence Agency officer charged with leaking classified information was authorized to publicly disclose his training in Farsi and at least one of his assignments abroad, although the CIA now appears to consider those same facts classified, according to a court filing made public last week.
- DNI Releases Budget Figure for FY 2013 National Intelligence Program Request, February 13. "The aggregate amount of appropriations requested for the National Intelligence Program is $52.6 billion."
- DOD Releases Military Intelligence Program Requested Top Line Budget for Fiscal 2013, news release, February 13. "The total request, which includes both the base budget and Overseas Contingency Operations appropriations, is $19.2 billion."
- A High-Tech War on Leaks by Adam Liptak, New York Times, February 12. "Today, advances in surveillance technology allow the government to keep a perpetual eye on those with security clearances, and give prosecutors the ability to punish officials for disclosing secrets without provoking a clash with the press."
- DNI and AG Ask Congress to Reauthorize Title VII of FISA Amendments Act, letter to Congress, February 8. "The attached background paper provides additional unclassified information on the structure, operation and oversight of Title VII of FISA."
Older News: January 2012
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