GAO bows to CIA decision to waive conflicts of interest

GAO’s ruling is evidence that it won’t second-guess agency officials' decisions to waive organizational conflicts of interest.

Intell chief denies charges of too many contractors

Reacting to a Washington Post series, the director of national intelligence said contractors are key but are not doing inherently governmental work.

Is the intell market out of control?

Editor Nick Wakeman kicks off a discussion about the findings of a new Washington Post series on the explosive growth and the lack of comprehensive management of intelligence agencies.

Online project aims to mine difficult-to-find government data

The Data Mine project is seeking tips about government information that is inaccessible or difficult to find.

In-Q-Tel backs cyberthreat protection for intell community

In-Q-Tel broadens its reach with new investment.

In-Q-Tel embraces open-source search

Lucid Imagination will use an investment from the CIA's In-Q-Tel to develop products and the infrastructure to support the intelligence community's search needs.

Chertoff security firm hires Hayden, three others

Michael Hayden, a former CIA director, and three former DHS officials join The Chertoff Group security advisory firm.

ManTech taps Addeo to lead Defense Systems Group

ManTech International Corp. has named Louis Addeo president of its Defense Systems Group, the company’s largest business unit.

McConnell to rejoin Booz Allen

J. Michael McConnell, outgoing director of National Intelligence in the Bush administration, will rejoin Booz Allen Hamilton as senior vice president.