Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked his sister Kristine Marcy to a ‘MisPRISM of Treason’ by her U.S. Senior Executive Service protégés who, apparently led by erstwhile National Security Agency deputy directors William B. Black and John C. Inglis, allegedly used PRISM/Amazon IMDb* metadata to entrap the late Gareth Williams in a snuff-film production at Fort Meade, Md., in August 2010.
McConnell claims that his sister and Amazon director and former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, became aware of the MisPRISM of SES Treason when hacking systems associated with JABS, JPATS and Sentri were launched with the Gore Hammer ‘re-invention of government’ awards on DOJ Lab Day October 22, 1996 prior to integration into the PRISM/Amazon IMDb cloud.
PRISM = Profile Replacement for Internet Spliced Movies allegedly integrated with Nortel JABS
IMDb = Gorelick’s Internet Movie Database, allegedly back-doored by PRISM at GCHQ Cheltenham
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William Black, Kristine Marcy’s SES protégé, former NSA Deputy Director and alleged Trailblazer Uberspook & SAIC lackey
John C. Inglis, Kristine Marcy’s SES protégé during alleged MisPRISM of treason resulting in death of Gareth Williams at Fort Meade in August 2010.
“Gareth Williams was 31 years old when his body was discovered in a padlocked sports holdall submerged in ‘a fluid’ in the bath of his top (3rd) floor flat at 36, Alderney Street, Pimlico, London Map on the afternoon of 23 August 2010. He had last been seen alive in London on 15 August 2010. Police reported that the body “was in an advanced state of decay” when found and this made establishing the cause of death problematical. A 2012 review concluded that he ‘probably locked himself into sports bag’. …. Williams was an employee of GCHQ Cheltenham. It is reported that, at the time of his death, he was nearing the end of a six month secondment to MI6 whose HQ is about a mile away from his London flat on the opposite side of the river Thames.
Williams is reported to have been a ‘mathematical genius’ and key (though relatively junior) member of GCHQ staff working in the field of cryptography as it applies to the Signals and communications intelligence functions of GCHQ. He is reported to have been a regular visitor to US NSA establishments at Fort Meade, Maryland and to have been a recent visitor to military intelligence establishments in Kabul, Afghanistan.”
Black joined the National Security Agency in 1959 as an operational linguist/analyst after three years in the Army. While employed at NSA, Mr. Black completed a wide variety of assignments including Special Assistant to the Director for Information warfare; Chief A Group (Operations Analysis); Chief, NSA/CSS Representative Europe office (NCEUR); Associate Deputy Director for Operations/ Military Support; and he served as both Chief and Deputy Chief of a major field installation. As he worked his way up to Senior Cryptologic Executive Service, his primary focus was on building new organizations and creating new ways of doing business. Mr. Black retired from the NSA in 1997.
In 1997 Black became Assistant Vice President and Director of Information Operations in the Advanced Technologies and Solutions Group of the Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). At SAIC, Mr. Black led Information Operations research and worked with the Information Operations Technology Center to establish an Institute for the Analysis of Complex Systems to develop advanced techniques for the analysis of networks and critical infrastructures.
Mr. Black returned to the NSA in 2000 to become Deputy Director. Since 2002 he was overseeing the Trailblazer Project, which was aimed at analyzing data on computer networks, and at tracking cell phone and email communications. In 2002, the main contract for Trailblazer, ultimately worth US$ 1.2 billion, had been awarded to Black’s former employer Science Applications International Corporation. In April 2005, the outgoing NSA director Michael Hayden told a Senate hearing that the Trailblazer program was several hundred million dollars over budget and years behind schedule. After Michael Hayden’s promotion to Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Black was acting Director of the NSA until the appointment of the new NSA director Lt. Gen. Keith B. Alexander. In August 2006, Black was replaced by John C. Inglis, and offered to take over the position as liaison officer to NSA’s British intelligence counterpart. [where the SES allegedly began tracking Gareth Williams and preparing to kill him in a crime that could be attributed to fictional IMDb Cold Squad perosnalities]
“Sun Jun 11 2006, 10:31AM WILLIAM J. BLACK- LEADER OF THE TRAILBLAZER PROGRAM HAS BEEN FIRED.
Black insisted that he make all major decisions on Trailblazer, and that approach was typical of his management style, which circumvented other senior NSA managers, a former senior intelligence official said
So here we have the major player behind Trailblazer, William Black; the now-fired NSA uberspook is also noted for his close links to shadow government hub SAIC.
Why would Gen. Keith Alexander fire the man who was linking together the NSA, NGA, and NRO to connect the eyes and ears of the cryptocracy?
Could this be a purge of disloyal units or a potential fissure within the September 11Trailblazer coup faction? Perhaps just a territorial issue? Why “clear the decks” of the Trailblazer team?
Does Inglis represent a new coup faction within the NSA? Does he represent a group of shadow government Generals/moles within Maryland?
Is he the leader of a new faction of generals loyal to the shadow government, based out of Maryland, with his role as Chief of the Maryland Air National Guard and the Director of Joint Forces Headquarters in MD?
Does his criticism of the old guard within the NSA mean a new unit, even more aggressive unit is taking hold under Gen. Alexander?
“[Kristine Marcy ran the SES Mentor-Protégé program through the “Global Guardian” hack of the U.S. Air Force into a 30 hour Blue Air stand down for the 9/11 attack] SAIC was one of the initial ten Prime Contractors in the Nation to participate in the DoD Pilot Mentor-Protégé Program that was established in fiscal year 1991
• SAIC has participated in Mentor-Protégé programs across DOD and federal civilian agencies including NASA, DHS, Treasury, EPA, Energy and FAA
• SAIC currently mentors approximately 30 companies under federal agency programs
• SAIC’s mentor-protégé program has been recognized as a leader in the industry
– Corporate commitment
– Well defined process and requirements
– Lessons learned
• The mentor-protégé program is considered an integral part of SAIC’s small business program”
“As the Deputy Director and senior civilian leader of the National Security Agency, Mr. Inglis acts as the Agency’s chief operating officer, responsible for guiding and directing strategies, operations and policy.
Mr. Inglis began his career at NSA as a computer scientist within the National Computer Security Center. His NSA assignments include service across information assurance, policy, time-sensitive operations, and signals intelligence organizations. Promoted to NSA’s Senior Executive Service in 1997 [by SES founder Kristine Marcy], he subsequently served in a variety of senior leadership assignments culminating in his selection as the NSA Deputy Director.He has twice served away from NSA Headquarters, first as a visiting professor of computer science at the U.S. Military Academy (1991-1992) and later as the U.S. Special Liaison to the United Kingdom (2003-2006) [Allegedly coordinated assassination of Pat Tillman].”
“Second-ranking NSA official forced out of job by director
Head of spy agency `clearing the decks,’ bringing in his own team
May 31, 2006|By SIOBHAN GORMAN | SIOBHAN GORMAN,SUN REPORTER
WASHINGTON — The National Security Agency’s second-highest official is being forced out by the agency’s director, who is moving to install his own leadership team nine months into his tenure, current and former government officials said yesterday.
Lt. Gen. Keith B. Alexander, the NSA’s director, announced in a memo to agency employees last week that Deputy Director William B. Black Jr. would be taking a new position in mid-August as the NSA’s liaison officer to its British intelligence counterpart, the officials said.
The change is essentially a swap because Black’s successor, John C. “Chris” Inglis, is now the agency’s British liaison, a position often considered a final stop before retirement.
President Bush approved Inglis’ appointment May 8, according to Alexander’s memo, the text of which was obtained by The Sun.
“Alexander is clearing the decks,” said Matthew Aid, a former NSA analyst who is now the agency’s historian, “getting rid of the remnants of the old regime and bringing in his own people.”
Alexander has been looking to replace Black since taking over in August but decided that it was smarter to delay the decision, said a former government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of personnel decisions.
“He has chosen this way of axing” Black, the former official said.
An NSA spokeswoman would not comment on the decision but said a “transition date” was set for August.
NSA insiders had expected Alexander to replace Black quickly. Alexander and his predecessor, Gen. Michael V. Hayden, had clashed and had contrasting leadership styles.
As deputy director, Black was intimately involved in the agency’s most sensitive operations, including the warrantless surveillance program.
Last year, Black received one of the Pentagon’s Distinguished Civilian Service awards. Hayden, his former boss, said this month that he had brought Black on board in 2000 as a “change agent.”
Inside the agency, Black was controversial because of his management style and because of the ties he forged between his former employer, Science Applications International Corp., and the NSA, former intelligence officials said. Black had served at the NSA for nearly four decades before taking a management job at Science Applications in 1997.
The company won a number of large contracts with the NSA after Black returned to the spy agency, including a $280 million contract to oversee the NSA’s Trailblazer program, which sought to overhaul the way the NSA sifts and analyzes data. Trailblazer ultimately proved a flop and has been abandoned.
Black insisted that he make all major decisions on Trailblazer, and that approach was typical of his management style, which circumvented other senior NSA managers, a former senior intelligence official said.
Black’s successor, Inglis, was the top deputy at the agency’s signals directorate, which is responsible for intercepting and analyzing communications, before assuming his most recent post in Britain.
In his memo, Alexander noted Inglis’ leadership, professionalism and experience abroad as key attributes that his new deputy will bring to his assignment, which he is to begin Aug. 14.”
Updated: The Government Accountability Office sided with IBM which claimed the CIA unfairly awarded a secure cloud contract to Amazon Web Services.
Remember that proposed secure cloud that Amazon was building for the CIA but that no one would acknowledge? Well it looks like it’s on hold, because the U.S. Government Accountability Office has sided with IBM, which filed a formal protest of the awarded contract. News that the GAO was telling the CIA to re-open bids was reported by Federal Computer Week.
If you like the longer version, here’s the e-mailed statement by Ralph White, GAO’s managing associate general counsel for procurement law:
“On June 6, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) sustained, or upheld, portions of a protest filed by IBM U.S. Federal, of Bethesda, Maryland, challenging the award of an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), to Amazon Web Services, Inc., of Seattle, Washington. The challenged contract, awarded under request for proposals No. 2012-12041000001, provides for commercially-managed cloud computing services for the intelligence community.
The CIA doesn’t have to follow the GAO recommendation but in general, most federal agencies do so.
Update: Responding to an earlier request for comment, an AWS spokesman said via email:
“Providing true cloud computing services to the intelligence community requires a transformative approach with superior technology. The CIA selected AWS based on its superior technological platform which will allow the Agency to rapidly innovate while delivering the confidence and security assurance needed for mission-critical systems. The Agency conducted a very detailed, thorough procurement that took many months to award. We look forward to a fast resolution of the two issues raised by the GAO so the Agency can move forward with this important contract.”.
Theoretically, the next step will be the re-opening of the bid process but longer term this could be just the first skirmish in a long running battle as AWS and legacy IT vendors square off for the same workloads.
This story was updated at 4:23 PDT with AWS comment.”