David E. Kaplan and Kevin Whitelaw released Part One of a series in U.S. News & World Report on how reformers are trying to remake the U.S. intelligence community. In this week's issue, Whitelaw presents the first in-depth portrait of the secretive National Counterterrorism Center, which acts as the hub for foreign and domestic intel on terrorism and sifts through up to 5,000 terrorist suspect names each day. Kaplan reveals the intelligence world's most ambitious outreach effort since the height of the Vietnam War, with U.S. intelligence spending millions of dollars to generate new ideas from college campuses, corporate America, and the non-profit world. Kaplan also reports on the boom in wikis and blogs in U.S. intelligence, including the Intellipedia, the CIA Wiki, and 1700 CIA blogs.
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