>While most of the N.S.A. was reeling on September 11th, inside SARC the horror unfolded “almost like an ‘I-told-you-so’ moment,” according to J. Kirk Wiebe, an intelligence analyst who worked there. “We knew we weren’t keeping up.” SARC was led by a crypto-mathematician named Bill Binney, whom Wiebe describes as “one of the best analysts in history.” Binney and a team of some twenty others believed that they had pinpointed the N.S.A.’s biggest problem—data overload—and then solved it. But the agency’s management hadn’t agreed.
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so we refresh their memory and our own one about it . >SOURCE. LinguaLISTek Talks the Talk, Expands in Columbia
By Mark R. Smith
By 1997, Elizabeth Rendon had reached a crossroads in her career. At that point, she had worked for different defense contractors and, upon exiting Booz Allen Hamilton’s BWI office, made the move to strike out on her own when she accepted her first development project from ASEC, a contractor.