Intelligence Community Begins IT Overhaul

from the how-do-you-share-classified-info dept

The U.S. intelligence community is trying to figure out how to use technology to better share info. Unlike normal collaboration offerings, sharing classified info raises some unique issues. They’re apparently putting in place a system that will make it easier to automatically share documents while stripping out classified parts. The article also talks about their “open source news” program that lets people share news reports from around the world. Not quite sure how that qualifies as “open source”, but the site seems to be down right now (or maybe they’re just blocking me…), so there’s not much more info available there.

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