Sue Gordon: Government must invest in AI assurance, security and ‘sensemaking’
The federal government has to be a "fast follower" and "invest in the gaps in AI that the private sector isn't looking at because our needs are different," the former principal deputy DNI says.
Security clearances, public-private rotations are prominent in House intelligence bill
A notorious backlog would get some tech solutions, and the intelligence community would have more flexibility with its workforce under the House-passed intelligence authorization bill.
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency gets new deputy director
Stacey Dixon has served in various capacities at the agency since her arrival in 2010.
CIA launches official Tor site to communicate on dark web
The agency launched a website Tuesday on the dark web's Tor network to give people a new and more secure way to get in contact and report information.
Security clearances, cybersecurity, 2020 census remain on GAO’s High-Risk List
The list, which the GAO publishes every two years at the start of a new Congress, puts particular attention on the process for security clearances — an issue the agency first raised separately in 2018.
Goals are clear for ‘second epoch’ of ICITE, intel community CIO says
The second epoch ties to the recent National Intelligence Strategy, particularly the goals of driving intelligence integration and innovation.