The CIA's current turmoil is a predictable byproduct of woefully inadequate management and poor communication, say intelligence experts and management gurus.
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Foreign Affairs Council calls him “an exemplary CEO of the State Department.”
The CIA must increase employment in key positions by 50 percent, while the FBI must create a specialized intelligence workforce.
The package of appropriations bills amounts to a freeze in domestic discretionary spending.
Postal officials say if Congress doesn't move quickly, a hefty rate hike will be needed.
Turnover was too high in the politically appointed ranks above Air Force procurement official Darleen Druyun, Defense secretary says.
The 2008 presidential race is likely to see huge fields of candidates from both sides of the political spectrum.