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In September 2002, a report from the Pentagon’s Inspector General noted that “A small number of DOD personnel (approximately two) are believed to have accessed classified information through their work with the Joint Special Operations Command.” (The Pentagon had refused to release much of the information contained in that report for more than a year.) During the same month, the National Security Agency disclosed that, according to information from its own files, an estimated 70 percent of its personnel accessed classified information via their work. (This is how it works: When NSA employees go to the secret areas of Fort Meade, Md., or Langley, Va., they can be allowed to access computers, documents, and other things only when they have a special clearance.)
Today’s “new” NSA report (PDF) goes a couple of steps further, confirming that, in at least one instance, NSA contractors used classified information to circumvent strict security procedures. The contractors in question, for instance, worked with the military.
One contractor (identified as “B.J.K.”) accessed sensitive material (classified) as a civilian employee of NSA in the private sector. The information was not intended for use by NSA and was acquired by B.J.K. under the authority of NSA. (The fact that information was acquired by NSA employees through one contractor is irrelevant, since the information did not reach NSA’s possession while B.J.K. was using that information for his private employer
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