June 14, 2019

Fostering Bipartisanship in Intelligence Oversight

By Carrie Cordero, Ellen Nakashima, Representative C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger and The Honorable Mike Rogers

At the CNAS 2019 National Security Conference, The Washington Post's Ellen Nakashima moderated a discussion about intelligence oversight, featuring The Honorable Mike Rogers, Representative C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger, and Carrie Cordero. Their conversation focused on setting intelligence oversight priorities, the importance of bipartisanship in intelligence oversight, and whether the intelligence committees are due for modernization.

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