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Former Federal Contract Employee Sentenced For Falsifying Timesheets at Two Agencies

Daniel J. Glauber, who worked as a federal contract employee, was sentenced today to pay more than $70,000 in restitution and perform 360 hours of community service for falsifying timesheets while working at two separate federal agencies. Continue reading

Contractor indicted for stealing spy secrets

A federal grand jury indicted contractor Harold Martin on Thursday for allegedly stealing government secrets over a 20 year period. Continue reading

NSA Moving Forward With Controversial Reorganization Plan

NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers announced the decision to move forward with the reorganization plan, known as NSA21, or NSA in the 21st century, in an address to NSA employees released Monday. Continue reading

IC plans Intelligence.gov as part of transparency effort — FCW

U.S. spy agencies are trying to come in from the cold, on a limited basis, under the banner of open government. Continue reading

White House: No split between NSA and Cyber Command — FCW

Reports on the still-unreleased recommendations of a presidential task force charged with reviewing U.S. intelligence gathering practices indicate that the group will recommend the administration change its policies on bulk data collection from telecommunications companies, and make structural changes to the organization of the National Security Agency. via White House: No split between NSA and … Continue reading

NSA Small Business Set-Aside (NSETS) Program Industry Review – 5/10 in Columbia, MD – The American Small Business Coalition

The NSETS Industry Review is half-day event intended for anyone interested in learning about direct and subcontract/teaming business opportunities under the NSA Small Business Set-Aside (NSETS) Program. via NSA Small Business Set-Aside (NSETS) Program Industry Review – 5/10 in Columbia, MD – The American Small Business Coalition