Making Intelligence Reform Work

During the Cold War, a loosely confederated intelligence community was enough to counter the lumbering, bureaucratic Warsaw Pact. But in the age of globalization, U.S. Intelligence needs to operate as a single, networked enterprise.

Appeared in: Volume 4, Number 4 | Published on: March 1, 2009
Gordon Lederman served on the 9/11 Commission and was a leading Senate staff drafter of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004.
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