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I wrote earlier this year about the situation and how it was a huge step in the right direction to make NSA’s information operations more transparent and accountable to the government. The issue I had with the situation was the apparent lack of accountability.
I was surprised to read this morning that the Obama administration had decided to remove Alexander from his position as NSA Director.  I am also surprised to learn that the agency chose to replace him with an official who had been an employee for the last three years and who had served as the head of NSA’s intelligence division for the last three years. It would seem, as the article suggests, there was no clear explanation given for this change.  I also read through the article and there are several things I think should be mentioned.
The article does not explain why the agency chose to replace Alexander with a retired NSA employee who was an employee for the last three years.  There is no indication that either agency wanted to be seen to change course in regards to Alexander.  And yet, I am sure we are going to hear from some of you who feel there had to be something going on in order to have the change.  The article goes on to explain how the NSA had a history of making some mistakes with regard to Alexander and how they had to correct that in order to keep him on the job and keep him on the team. This article also states that the NSA was aware of the controversy surrounding Alexander and that they wanted him on board.  This was something of a surprise and the article notes that “NSA staff felt that he had a high regard for [NSA director General Michael] Hayden and had worked well with him since leaving NSA.”  This is important but not at all surprising.

So, what do I think should be said to explain this?  I think that there is a lot going on and we should be able to put that information together and decide what to do.
I am going to start by going back to the article where there was a quote from an NSA veteran. I believe that this was an employee of NSA’s Directorate for Cyber Intelligence (DCI), one of the intelligence agencies within the National Security Agency (NSA).  I believe this person’s words.  I am also going to be careful to note this is an employee of an agency that has historically been a bit of a loose cannon.  NSA has been in turmoil for some time.  The last few years have seen a lot of tension as there were several personnel issues.  The most recent incident involved former employee Alexander who had been placed in the same job in 2010.

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