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Intel community seeks to centralize OSINT under new strategy

The intelligence community’s new OSINT strategy puts a premium on using open-source data, as opposed to highly secretive sources and and methods.

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Labor’s Bafundo assumes new role with TMF program management office

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Spy agency leaders aim to change workforce perceptions about well-being, mental health

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Intel agency IT leaders prioritize accessibility in technology

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New OSINT foundation aims to ‘professionalize’ open source discipline across spy agencies

The new foundation plans to provide OSINT certifications and advocate for a dedicated program of record within the intelligence community.

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FILE - A young man stands in front of a shelve with hard liquor at a beverage market in Gelsenkirchen, western Germany, June 15, 2007. The German government's drugs czar has proposed raising the age when people can buy beer and win from 16 to 18, and cracking down on alcohol and tobacco advertising. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)

Vets suing Army for not recognizing substance abuse disorders in discharges

In today’s Federal Newscast, veterans are suing the Army for refusing to give soldiers with alcohol and drug addictions honorable discharges.

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Classification has an unholy handmaiden, the pre-publication review board

Any federal employee who’s come near classified or secret information know what happens if they try to publish something or give a speech. The federal government has at least 17 pre-publication review boards with the authority to say no.

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