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(Christian Science Monitor)   Booz Allen, where Edward Snowden used to work, is looking for employees to do insider threat analysis. Well, they do have experience with that   (csmonitor.com ) divider line
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2014-01-26 03:44:42 PM  
3 votes:

generallyso: Well why not, they're already literally outsourcing national security. 70% of the nation's intelligence budget already goes to private, for-profit entities. What's another few percentage points?


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2014-01-26 07:41:34 PM  
2 votes:

Pumpernickel bread: Why is Booz Allen handling our nations most sensitive secrets?  Sounds like the name of a bar.


or an old Vaudeville act
2014-01-26 03:02:58 PM  
2 votes:

Somaticasual: You know their security needs work when a guy that was hired for what - 2 weeks? - gains access to some of the most sensitive intelligence in the US.


His 90-day employee review probably isn't going to go very well.
2014-01-26 02:50:35 PM  
2 votes:
www.charlesncox.com

Right after this margarita!
2014-01-26 07:27:06 PM  
1 vote:

BafflerMeal: Skail: hardinparamedic: generallyso: Well why not, they're already literally outsourcing national security. 70% of the nation's intelligence budget already goes to private, for-profit entities. What's another few percentage points?

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Crap, they're partnered with ISIS?  No wonder everything went tits-up.

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2014-01-26 05:29:35 PM  
1 vote:

Prank Call of Cthulhu: TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph-CI

OK, Booz (and US Gov't), I'll give you this one for free: Polygraphs are junk science and do even less to reduce threats than the TSA's security theater.

You want some more advice, it's gonna cost you.


Better not tell them about Myers-Briggs.
2014-01-26 05:23:54 PM  
1 vote:
Know who else worked at Booz Allen and is known for security issues?
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2014-01-26 05:04:47 PM  
1 vote:

Skail: hardinparamedic: generallyso: Well why not, they're already literally outsourcing national security. 70% of the nation's intelligence budget already goes to private, for-profit entities. What's another few percentage points?

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Crap, they're partnered with ISIS?  No wonder everything went tits-up.


www.swanshadow.com
GBB
2014-01-26 04:38:12 PM  
1 vote:

Nuclear Monk: Somaticasual: You know their security needs work when a guy that was hired for what - 2 weeks? - gains access to some of the most sensitive intelligence in the US.

His 90-day employee review probably isn't going to go very well.


If they kept him for 90 days, they'd have to pay the temp agency a bonus.
And that's not in the payroll budget.
2014-01-26 04:15:27 PM  
1 vote:
Qualifications: 5-10 years experience closing barn doors after the horses have fled; 2-5 years experience rearranging patio furniture on the final voyage of a large seafaring vessel; 1-3 years experience in stringed musical instrument performance on said vessel's final voyage or in the midst of a large urban conflagration.....
OOF
2014-01-26 04:07:54 PM  
1 vote:

Gyrfalcon: Isn't an intelligence agency named "Booz" just asking for trouble?


"Want some rye? 'Course you do!"

/not obscure
2014-01-26 03:49:39 PM  
1 vote:
Isn't an intelligence agency named "Booz" just asking for trouble?
2014-01-26 03:06:36 PM  
1 vote:
Wait...what happened to Hamilton?

Oh God, SNOWDEN STOLE HIM, didn't he?
 
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