The puzzle palace: a report on America's most secret agency

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Penguin Books, 1983 - History - 655 pages
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"Inside the National Security Agency, America's most secret intelligence organization"--Cover.

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Review: The Puzzle Palace: Inside the National Security Agency, America's Most Secret Intelligence Organization

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I guess you could call it a classic in its genre-or it waiting to be.. Read full review

Review: The Puzzle Palace: Inside the National Security Agency, America's Most Secret Intelligence Organization

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Long before the current scandals, The Puzzle Palace presented an insider's view of electronic eavesdropping capability. One can only imagine how far technology has developed since then. More Read full review

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About the author (1983)

James Bamford has been a professional in the information technology industry since 1978. Mr. Bamford's exposure to CRM began in 1998. He has managed multiple projects and engagements using several CRM products throughout the past nine years. James has been certified as a PMP from PMI, and has over fourteen years of project management consulting experience with IBM, Cap Gemini America, Deloitte & Touche, LLP, Siebel Systems, Rapidigm, and his current employer. His project management experience covers multiple industries such as Public Sector, Insurance, Manufacturing, Transportation, Financial, Pharmaceutical, Consumer Goods, Retail, High Technology, and Oil & Gas. James holds a Certified Siebel Consultant certification from Siebel Systems, as well as a CPIM certification from APICS. His Masters in Engineering Administration degree was earned from George Washington University. He also holds BS degrees in business and computer science that were acquired from Virginia Tech and the University of Pittsburgh, respectively. Mr. Bamford is currently employed as a Senior Project Manager with Eagle Creek Software Services, and services clients throughout the world. He lives with his family near Cleveland, Ohio.