Obama Nominates DHS Intelligence Chief

President Barack Obama has nominated Caryn
Wagner to be the Homeland Security Department s intelligence chief, a
position that oversees information technology systems designed to share
information with federal, state and local officials.

President Barack Obama has nominated Caryn
Wagner to be the Homeland Security Department s intelligence chief, a
position that oversees information technology systems designed to share
information with federal, state and local officials.
If confirmed by
the Senate, Wagner would direct DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis
(I&A). In that role, Wagner would lead DHS involvement in state and
local intelligence fusion centers where officials from different levels
of government use IT to coordinate homeland security efforts. [Read the full story [fcw.com]

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  • Lipi on

    Wagner is a right person for this post that's why Obama nominated as the DHS intelligence chief.  colored wine glasses

  • Samuel on

    Security of citizens is the prime attention of any nation in today's unsafe world. In this regard, the job of Caryn Wagner is much more sensitive and essential for the safety of the people. His position as the  intelligence chief is very demanding as he has to coordinate between the different levels in IT for security information. A little misunderstanding may cost like 9/11.

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