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CIA, Pentagon Seek to Avoid Overlap

Growing Pentagon intelligence activities at home and abroad have caused CIA Director Porter J. Goss and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld to reach a new written agreement to prevent conflicts and overlap in spying, technical collection and analysis between their two organizations, according to senior officials at both agencies. Gen. Michael V. Hayden, deputy director of national intelligence, told reporters last week that a classified memo of understanding between the agencies has been drafted and is awaiting the signatures of Goss and Rumsfeld.Full Story

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