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June 2, 2015 9:14 pm
Former CIA official Philip Mudd withdrew his name from consideration for the job of intelligence chief at the Department of Homeland Security.
Mudd was President Obama’s nominee but decided to drop because senators in his confirmation hearings will review his role in the CIA’s interrogation of terrorism suspects.
We learn more about his decision — and what happens next — from HSToday Editor David Silverberg.
What role does identity play at the Department of Defense as they look to the future? During this exclusive webinar, we will discuss the ways in which the Army, Air Force, the Defense Information Systems Agency and industry leaders are using their ICAM strategy to shape the future of identity in the federal landscape.