".....a congressional investigation revealed that the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), a supersecret agency whose existence was publicly acknowledged only a few years ago, lost track of a $2 billion slush fund because it was so highly classified even top intelligence officials had no control over it."
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Resurrecting the Ptech story
12-06-02: Federal and state agents who visited Quincy, Mass. software house Ptech last week were probably mostly looking for financial links to al-Qaeda. So perhaps it's just an unfortunate co-incidence that by Wednesday morning the Ptech customer list had been removed from their web site. It was still cached at Google, though, and the names on it are a testament to the lure of the product and efficiency of the Ptech sales team. How happy the US Air Force, NATO, Mitre and the FBI are to discover that their knowledge management software comes from a firm under such detailed investigation has yet to emerge...
Isn't it reminiscent of Oklahoma City (legislation targetting militias introduced AS militias allegedly go off) in that there is legislation on the floor of the Senate , legislation designed to milk the fire industry, AS fire rages in a state that has been targetted by the GOP at least three times during this administration?
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