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The spy agency should pay a price for its intransigence. But not enough legislators are willing to defend the oversight role of their colleagues.
Test did not sample source of last month’s leaks.
The program has never informed a Defense policy decision, a spokesman said.
Hackers, entrepreneurs and software developers gather in Austin to discuss how the NSA has helped and hurt the country. By Patrick Tucker
Possible proposals include providing lump-sum payments to personnel that would likely reduce overall compensation.
Agency will recompete the $26 million job after a GAO ruling against the initial award.
Program would detect threats from the battlefield.
Introducing Rebecca Richards, NSA's first chief privacy and civil-liberties officer.