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NSA chief promises biggest shake-up in 20 years

The changes, dubbed NSA21, will be unveiled next month, aimed at making the vast surveillance agency more integrated, innovative and agile.

The National Security Agency, the sprawling surveillance enterprise that epitomizes both the promise and the threat of cutting edge technology in the hands of the government, will next month begin its largest reorganization in 20 years, aimed at making it more innovative and agile, Director Adm. Michael Rogers said.

“In January, you’ll see us rolling out something we’re gonna call NSA21, which is NSA trying to position ourselves for the 21st century, which’ll be a pretty comprehensive set of changes we’re going to make,” he told an audience of national security and intelligence contractors Tuesday evening. The changes were in four areas, he said at the Intelligence and National Security Alliance annual dinner: “How we develop our workforce, how we develop collaboration and integration, how we innovate, [and] what’s the organizational structure we need to inculcate those things.”

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