Boggs, James. "The CIA: Can We Afford to Retire Its Colors?" American Sentinel 2, no. 13 (28 Mar. 1993): 6.

Codevilla, Angelo. "The C.I.A., Losing Its Smarts." New York Times, 13 Feb. 1993, 21.

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report. Editors. "Retirement Bill Clears Senate." 29 May 1993, 1373.

On 26 May 1993, the Senate passed by voice vote legislation providing lump-sum payments of up to $25,000 for specific categories of CIA employees who take early retirement. The House had passed the bill two days earlier. Intelligence Committee Chairman Dan Glickman said "the payments were needed to help the intelligence agency reach a 17.5 percent reduction in its work force by 1997."

Corn, David.

1. "The Top Secret at the CIA Is That It's a Bloated Bureaucracy." Washington Spectator 20, no. 18 (1 Oct. 1994): 1-4.

The CIA is certainly a bureaucracy; it is that by definition. It may even be "bloated," but the case is not made here.

2. "The Senate's Hearing Problem." New York Times, 13 Feb. 1993, 21.

Dreyfuss, Robert. "Company Spies: The CIA Has Opened a Global Pandora's Box by Spying on Foreign Competitors of American Companies." Mother Jones, Jun. 1994, 16-19, 66-68. [CIABASE]

Goodman, Melvin A.

1. "Oldthink at the C.I.A.?" New York Times, 7 Jan. 1993, A23.

2. "Reforming the CIA." Foreign Service Journal, Jun. 1993, 18-23.

Hamit, Francis. "Intelligence Test: Do Tight Funds and Technophobia Impede the CIA's Ability to Gather Information?" InformationWeek, 5 Jul. 1993, 31, 34, 36, 38.

Includes sidebar story by "F.H.," "Downsizing: Is It Safe?" 36, 38.

[Harrington, Kent M.] "Kent M. Harrington, Director of Public Affairs [CIA], Speaks at May Luncheon." CIRA Newsletter 14, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 3-6.

Remarks on 2 May 1994, to Central Intelligence Retirees' Association. Includes intelligence priorities, state of the Agency, and the Ames case.

Hedley, John Hollister. "The CIA's New Openness." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 7, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 129-141.

The author chaired CIA's task force on internal communications and produced an agencywide newsletter, subjects which are the focus of the article.

Lardner, George, Jr., and Walter Pincus. "Cutting the CIA Down to Size." Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 18-24 Jan. 1993, 32.

Congress cut spending for intelligence activities by 8 percent in October 1992. Now, "interest in deeper spending reductions appears strong on both sides of Capitol Hill where knowledgeable lawmakers and staff members say the first wave of change has not amounted to more than a ripple."

Leadbetter, Wyland F., Jr. [Col.], and Stephen J. Bury [Cdr.]. "Prelude to Desert Storm: The Politicization of Intelligence." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 6, no. 1 (Spring 1993): 43-54.

Didn't happen, folks. This is worth reading just for the authors' explanation of the events which fostered charges that "politicization" occurred in the CIA's reporting on the effects of economic sanctions against Iraq.

McGuire, Andre. "CIA: Myth and Reality." Military Intelligence 20, no. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1994): 9-12.

"DIA analysts contended that Iraq was conducting training exercises. The CIA alerted policymakers and the military as early as mid-July that Iraq appeared to be planning an attack." (fn. 3)

New York Times. "C.I.A. Isn't Lone Wolf of Foreign Policy." 17 Feb. 1993, A18.

Ott, Marvin C. "Shaking Up the CIA." Foreign Policy (Winter 1993-1994): 132-151.

Pincus, Walter. "The CIA's Mounting Problems Leave It Out in the Cold." Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 25-31 Jul. 1994, 32.

In addition to budget problems and the Ames case, the CIA "is facing a barrage of allegations of wrongdoing, unprofessional conduct and sex discrimination."

Robinson, Linda, and Brian Duffy. "At Play in the Fields of the Spies." U.S. News and World Report, 29 Nov. 1993, 37.

This article reports the resignation of a CIA case officer (named as Mark McFarlin) and the disciplining of other CIA officials in connection with antinarcotics activities in Venezuela. Apparently, the head of the Venezuelan national guard, with whom the case officer was working, was a drug trafficker. This article is based on a DEA internal report leaked to U.S. News. (Question: Does this reflect a DEA effort to nudge the already politically crippled CIA out of the war on drugs?)

[Schneider, Katherine.] "AFIO Luncheon Speaker Describes 'The CIA Today.'" Periscope 19, no. 3 (1994): 1-3.

Excerpts of remarks by CIA's Chief of Public Liaison to AFIO, Ft. Myer, VA, 25 April 1994.

Stiles, Bradford R. "Environmental Law and the Central Intelligence Agency: Is There a Conflict Between Secrecy and Environmental Compliance?" New York University Environmental Law Journal 2 (1993): 347ff.

[Studeman, William O. [ADM/USN (Ret.)] "Selected Remarks by the Deputy Director of Central Intelligence." Periscope 19, no. 2 (1994): 1-2.

Report on and excerpts from remarks made 9 Oct. 1994 to AFIO; focuses on "personal views on economic intelligence."

U.S. News and World Report. "Special Report: Secrets of the Cold War." 15 Mar. 1993.

Cover Story: Douglas Stanglin, Susan Headden, and Peter Cary, pp. 30-36 (sidebar: "Lawyer and Patriot: The Man Who Kept the Files," p. 36 [Sam Klaus]). Report, by Stanglin, Headden, and Cary, "Flights of the Ferrets," pp. 41-52 (sidebars: "Scorecard: Flights and Missions," by Cary; "Radar Net: Moscow's Northern Exposure," by Cary and Stanglin"; "Mind Games: A Raven Remembers"; and "Air Raids: Trial Balloons and Trouble," p. 52). Report, by Stanglin (in Moscow) and Sergei Kunetsov (in Povarnya), "A New Look at the U-2 Case," pp. 54-55. Report, by Headden, "Death in the Family: In Search of the Truth," p. 56.

Waller, Douglas.

1. "The CIA's New Spies: Remaking Cloak-and-Dagger Missions in the Post-Cold-War Era." (Side-bar story: "High-Tech Spies in the Sky.") Newsweek, 12 Apr. 1993, 30-32.

2. "A Tour Through 'Hell Week': A Newsweek Correspondent Takes the CIA Spy Tests." Newsweek,12 Apr. 1993, 33.

Woolsey, R. James. "Intelligence Quotient: The Mission of the CIA in the New World." Harvard International Review (1994): 34-37, 80.

[Woolsey, R. James] "News from Headquarters." CIRA Newsletter 14, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 25.

Excerpts from remarks on 17 March 1994, to Conference on "The Origins and Development of the CIA in the Administration of Harry S. Truman"; the focus of the excerpts is on the Ames case and steps taken in response to that case.

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