Letter: Intellipedia goes beyond CIA

Regarding “Panel: Age doesn't dictate Web 2.0 fluency”: I would like to mention that it is a common misconception that Intellipedia is the CIA's intelligence wiki. In fact, Intellipedia is edited and collaborated on by the entire intelligence community, to include federal government agencies and military commands around the world.

It should also be mentioned that it is the Office of the Director of National Intelligence/Intelligence Community Enterprise Services that actually sponsors the development and hosts the space on the Intellipedia servers.

Andrea Baker
Navstar Inc.


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