Intel agencies accepting applicants for joint duty

Thursday, 28 June 2007, 4:18 AM EST

Beginning Oct. 1, the intelligence directorate will start requiring most employees to have experience working with other intelligence agencies before they can be promoted to jobs where they would report directly to the head of their agency or intelligence component.

The list of top jobs requiring joint duty will grow every October, and by 2010, all senior executive positions will require people to have some experience working with another agency.

At the Federal Times.

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