Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Dissent on Intelligence Is Critical, Report Says

The Washington Post provides a preview into the Presidential commission's report looking into the intelligent failures that led up to the Iraq war. A few of the recommendations:
more competitive analysis and information-sharing by intelligence agencies, improved tradecraft training, more "devil's advocacy" in the formation of national intelligence estimates, and the appointment of an intelligence ombudsman to hear from analysts who believe their work has been compromised.

The report will also suggest the creation of a new national nonproliferation center to coordinate the fight against weapons of mass destruction... .