Intelligence Reform Update Porter Goss cleans house at the CIA. The Pentagon expands its own spy agency, while the new national director of intelligence has yet to be named. The 9-11 Commission says the United States needs to improve its intelligence operations. We discuss how reform is taking shape at the start of President Bush's new term.
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Porter Goss cleans house at the CIA. The Pentagon expands its own spy agency, while the new national director of intelligence has yet to be named. The 9-11 Commission says the United States needs to improve its intelligence operations. We discuss how reform is taking shape at the start of President Bush's new term.

Guests:

Mary Louise Kelly, NPR's Intelligence Reporter

William Arkin, former Army intelligence analyst; author, Code Names : Deciphering U.S. Military Plans, Programs and Operations in the 9/11 World