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military presence inspires, particularly in Muslim countries.

41 Report Of The Commission On Protecting And Reducing Government Secrecy (GAO, 1997), available at http://www.fas.org/sgp/library/moynihan/.

42  Both are available online.

43  No disrespect is intended in neglecting to address the standard works on strategic warning.  The author’s concept of strategic warning is much broader than now exists within both the secret intelligence world, and the academic world that writes about the secret intelligence world.

44  Colin Gray, Modern Strategy (Oxford, 1999).  An eight point summary is at Amazon.  A superb monograph on strategy (83 pages) by Dr. Col (Ret) Harry (Rich) Yarger, "Strategic Theory for the 21st Century,"   is easily found online  by Googling the author and title.

45  John Perry Barlow, “Why Spy?” in Forbes, 10/07 2002, at http://www.forbes.com/asap/2002/1007/042.html.

46  At the time, Donahue was the ranking director with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for all Command and Control, Communications, Computing, and Intelligence (C4I), and one of a handful of individuals with all of the codeword clearances.  His boss, Don Gessaman, the ranking civil servant at OMB for National Security inclusive of Programs 50 (International Relations) and 150 (Defense), guided the establishment of Code M320 for defense expenditures on OSINT in 2000.  OSINT is seen by the IC as a threat that should not be out-sourced, and by OMB as a function that can be accomplished in the private sector and therefore should be out-sourced to the fullest extent possible.

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