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The Analysis Corporation (TAC) was the Intelligence Solutions business of Global Defense Technology & Systems, Inc. ("GTEC"), now renamed Sotera Defense Solutions, a defense contracting company focused on mission-critical, technology-based US national security solutions. Since its inception in 1990, TAC has been working on projects in the counterterrorism and national security realm by supporting national watchlisting activities as well as other CT requirements. Based in McLean, Virginia, it is a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Strategies Group (North America) Inc., the operating company of GTEC.


GTEC's Intelligence Solutions business, which is staffed by other former senior officials from the Intelligence community, operates within almost every entity in the Intelligence Community including the US Department of State, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

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Brennan has also worked as a Near East and South Asia analyst, as station chief in the Middle East, and, outside the CIA, had a brief stint in the private sector as chairman of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance and CEO of The Analysis Corporation. Since his retirement from the CIA, Brennan's public face is most ...
After serving as interim director of the National Counterterrorism Center, Brennan left government to become president of The Analysis Corporation, a security consulting firm. During then-Sen. Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, Brennan served as an intelligence adviser. Once Obama won ...

Given their fragmented, decentralized structure, Venezuela's colectivos would have a difficult time openly confronting security forces in the coming year. These groups will try to maintain their independence in the neighborhoods they control in spite of government efforts to disarm them. The government ...
This is completely legal and consistent with many former CIA directors, who leave government service for private sector jobs or rotate back into government, like current CIA Director John Brennan, who stepped down as president and chief executive officer of The Analysis Corporation in January 2009 to ...
The documents include a partially written position paper on the future of intelligence, a memo on Iran, a paper from a Republican lawmaker on CIA interrogations and a summary of a contract dispute between the CIA and Brennan's private company, the Analysis Corporation, which had filed a formal protest ...
When Brennan went to work for a private intelligence contractor called The Analysis Corporation, he entered a murky milieu of transnational private spy firms with taxpayer-fueled profits. And he found himself working for a Ferrari-driving foreign boss who made much of his money on the dangerous streets of ...

John Brennan, President Obama's nominee to be director of the CIA, went to work for a private intelligence contractor called The Analysis Corporation for a few years between stints as a high-ranking CIA officer and one of the Obama Administration's top homeland security and counterterrorism experts .
November 2005-January 2009 - President and CEO of The Analysis Corporation. 2008 - Intelligence adviser to then-Sen. Barack Obama during his presidential campaign. January 20, 2009-March 2013 - Assistant to President Barack Obama for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism. January 7, 2013 ...
After serving as interim director of the National Counterterrorism Center, Brennan left government to become president of The Analysis Corporation, a security consulting firm. During then-Sen. Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, Brennan served as an intelligence adviser. Once Obama won ...
Given their fragmented, decentralized structure, Venezuela's colectivos would have a difficult time openly confronting security forces in the coming year. These groups will try to maintain their independence in the neighborhoods they control in spite of government efforts to disarm them. The government ...
This is completely legal and consistent with many former CIA directors, who leave government service for private sector jobs or rotate back into government, like current CIA Director John Brennan, who stepped down as president and chief executive officer of The Analysis Corporation in January 2009 to ...
Today, 21 October 2015 and over the coming days WikiLeaks is releasing documents from one of CIA chief John Brennan's non-government email accounts. Brennan used the account occasionally for several intelligence related projects. John Brennan became the Director of the Central Intelligence ...
When Brennan went to work for a private intelligence contractor called The Analysis Corporation, he entered a murky milieu of transnational private spy firms with taxpayer-fueled profits. And he found himself working for a Ferrari-driving foreign boss who made much of his money on the dangerous streets of ...
John Brennan, President Obama's nominee to be director of the CIA, went to work for a private intelligence contractor called The Analysis Corporation for a few years between stints as a high-ranking CIA officer and one of the Obama Administration's top homeland security and counterterrorism experts .
November 2005-January 2009 - President and CEO of The Analysis Corporation. 2008 - Intelligence adviser to then-Sen. Barack Obama during his presidential campaign. January 20, 2009-March 2013 - Assistant to President Barack Obama for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism. January 7, 2013 ...
... the National Counterterrorism Center, Brennan left government to become president of The Analysis Corporation, a security consulting firm.
... former president and CEO of The Analysis Corporation, the business of which is terrorist targeting analysis) decreed that the entire world was ...

Given their fragmented, decentralized structure, Venezuela's colectivos would have a difficult time openly confronting security forces in the ...
... like current CIA Director John Brennan, who stepped down as president and chief executive officer of The Analysis Corporation in January ...
Today, 21 October 2015 and over the coming days WikiLeaks is releasing documents from one of CIA chief John Brennan's non-government ...
When Brennan went to work for a private intelligence contractor called The Analysis Corporation, he entered a murky milieu of transnational ...
In one of its press releases, The Analysis Corporation detailed a line of software products, including "Fuzzy Finder," "Russian Name Search," ...
After leaving government in 2005 to run an intelligence contracting firm, The Analysis Corporation, Brennan indeed made statements defending ...
Someone in the US government (President Obama under the advisement of John Brennan, former president and CEO of The Analysis Corporation, the business of which is terrorist targeting analysis) decreed that the entire world was a battlefield, and this ...
Someone in the US government (President Obama under the advisement of John Brennan, former president and CEO of The Analysis Corporation, the business of which is terrorist targeting analysis) decreed that the entire world was a battlefield, and this ...
October 2004-August 2005 - Interim Director of the National Counterterrorism Center. November 2005-January 2009 - President and CEO of The Analysis Corporation. 2008 - Intelligence adviser to then-Sen. Barack Obama during his presidential campaign.
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... many former CIA directors, who leave government service for private sector jobs or rotate back into government, like current CIA Director John Brennan, who stepped down as president and chief executive officer of The Analysis Corporation in January ...


 

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