GAO Access to Intelligence in Dispute

09.02.10 | 1 min read | Text by Steven Aftergood

The continuing controversy over whether the Government Accountability Office will be permitted to participate in intelligence oversight, as some in Congress wish, or whether cleared GAO auditors and investigators will be excluded from intelligence oversight tasks, as the Obama Administration prefers, was discussed in the Washington Post’s Top Secret America blog yesterday.

I participated in a Q&A on the issue with the Post’s Dana Hedgpeth here.