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WHAT: Rand Corp.'s report on
whether to create a domestic
intelligence agency

WHY: Seven years after the 2001
terrorist attacks, the United States is
still plagued by
fragmented
domestic counterterrorism
efforts. The
Homeland
Security
Department
asked Rand to
analyze the feasibility
of creating
a domestic counterterrorism
intelligence agency. DHS specifically
asked Rand not to make a recommendation
but instead outline the
pros and cons of creating such an
agency and alternative ways to
address current problems.

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WHAT: Citizant's conversations with
chief architects

WHY: The Chantilly, Va., 8(a) small business
held seven small group discussions
with 25 top-level executives,
enterprise architects
and chief
architects from 16
federal agencies to
discuss best practices
for developing
an enterprise
architecture framework
that delivers
results. The participants
were asked
to discuss issues
such as roadblocks
to enterprise architecture, challenges in
the next three years, how they are using
enterprise architecture to support business
modernization and how the change
in administration will affect enterprise
architecture initiatives.

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