• Former IC official Charles Allen argued in the op-ed "Cannabis & Clearances: Unnecessarily Weeding Out Applicants" that IC agencies should either relax or standardize how security clearance applications are adjudicated when an applicant reports a history of drug use. We encourage students planning to apply for internships or full time positions with IC agencies to become acquainted with security regulations regarding use of marijuana and other drugs well before starting the application process.

  • Intelligence Studies Project Director Steve Slick and LBJ School Associate Professor Josh Busby recently published with the Chicago Council of World Affairs the results of ISP’s third-annual national poll measuring the public’s views on US intelligence. 

  • Brumley Next Generation Fellows will participate in events and conduct research related to intelligence under the direction of ISP principals. 

  • The Intelligence Studies Project of the University of Texas at Austin is pleased to announce the winner and two semifinalists in its sixth-annual competition recognizing outstanding student research and writing on topics related to intelligence and national security.