U.S. Intelligence Community Going Quiet Again

Credit: U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation
The U.S. intelligence community, the collection of 16 federal agencies chaired by the director of national intelligence, is usually loathe to talk about its budget, believing that to reveal funding specifics would provide foreign adversaries with insight into U.S. clandestine activities. But when it...

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