Category: Intel

The government won’t demand testimony from reporters in order to prove a criminal case against a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide accused of lying to investigators probing leaks of classified information

The government won't demand testimony from reporters in order to prove a criminal case against a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide accused of lying to investigators probing leaks of classified information https://t.co/guWFcHao7d — POLITICO (@politico) June 19, 2018 Source: Twitter

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Joshua Adam Schulte Charged with the Unauthorized Disclosure of Classified Information and Other Offenses Relating to the Theft of Classified Material from the Central Intelligence Agency

John C. Demers, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, Geoffrey S. Berman, United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), announced today that Joshua Adam Schulte was […]

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DISA awards $7.5B SETI unrestricted competition pool

The Defense Information Systems Agency awarded its $7.5 billion Systems Engineering, Technology, and Innovation (SETI) contracts, unrestricted competition pool, to 14 large businesses to streamline critical engineering expertise to research, design, develop, integrate, and optimize Department of Defense (DOD) information technology capabilities, systems, and solutions. The restricted pool, […]

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Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA): DISA showcases feds’ new security clearance application

The federal government’s new system for background investigations made its first public appearance at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium May 15-17 in Baltimore. The National Background Investigation Services (NBIS) Program Office debuted eApp — the new user interface for submitting security clearance background investigation […]

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When Pres. Trump demanded the Justice Department determine whether his campaign was improperly “infiltrated or surveilled,” the task fell to the agency’s inspector general, Michael Horowitz—the man in Washington who investigates the investigators.

When Pres. Trump demanded the Justice Department determine whether his campaign was improperly “infiltrated or surveilled,” the task fell to the agency’s inspector general, Michael Horowitz—the man in Washington who investigates the investigators. https://t.co/OBavZDCMDw pic.twitter.com/JZ77SgnIJG — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) June 2, 2018 Source: Twitter

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JW is fighting the State Department for any & all the records re: JW’s FOIA lawsuit for emails found by the FBI on Anthony Weiner’s laptop. Fired-FBI Director James Comey said Weiner’s laptop contained “hundreds of thousands” of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

JW is fighting the State Department for any & all the records re: JW’s FOIA lawsuit for emails found by the FBI on Anthony Weiner’s laptop. Fired-FBI Director James Comey said Weiner’s laptop contained “hundreds of thousands” of Hillary Clinton's emails. https://t.co/E2ZR4Xqu8E — Judicial Watch 🔎 (@JudicialWatch) June […]

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AFRICOM, DISA plan for future of telecommunications in African Theater

U.S. Africa Command’s telecommunications requirements were the subject of discussion at the inaugural Africa Telecommunications Symposium, hosted by the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Africa Command (DISA Africa) and the Defense Information Technology Contracting Office – Europe, in Stuttgart, Germany May 7-8. Attendees representing DISA, U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), […]

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Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA): Joint Regional Security Stacks- Increased network visibility, shared data, stronger defense

The importance and complexities of enabling seamless data sharing through the Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) platform was the subject of discussion among experts from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and Joint Forces Headquarters – Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ- DODIN) during the Armed Forces Communications […]

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Senior House Republican briefed by FBI on its Russia probe is disputing Pres. Trump’s allegation that the agency spied on his 2016 campaign for political purposes.

Senior House Republican briefed by FBI on its Russia probe is disputing Pres. Trump's allegation that the agency spied on his 2016 campaign for political purposes. https://t.co/aZVw0bQj2o pic.twitter.com/254aAEyEtU — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) May 30, 2018 Source: Twitter

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