Some recent products of the Congressional Research Service obtained by Secrecy News that have not previously been made readily available in the public domain include the following (all pdf).
“Congressional Oversight of Intelligence: Current Structure and Alternatives,” updated February 15, 2007.
“Intelligence Spending: Public Disclosure Issues,” updated February 15, 2007.
“The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: An Overview of the Statutory Framework and U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review Decisions,” updated February 15, 2007.
“Polygraph Use by the Department of Energy: Issues for Congress,” updated February 14, 2007.
“Data Mining and Homeland Security: An Overview,” updated January 18, 2007.
“Abu Sayyaf: Target of Philippine-U.S. Anti-Terrorism Cooperation,” updated January 24, 2007.
“Airport Improvement Program: Issues for Congress,” February 26, 2007.
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