Cabinet secretary Rebecca Kitteridge seconded to GCSB to review spooks

Mon, 01 Oct 2012

Oct. 1 (BusinessDesk) - The Government Communications Security Bureau is to undergo an immediate capability, governance and performance review with the Cabinet Secretary seconded into the agency as an associate director. Rebecca Kitteridge is to be seconded immediately to the GCSB for an initial period of up to three months to the new role and she will have the rank of deputy chief executive. Her work will “provide assurance to the GCSB director that the bureau's activities are undertaken within its powers, and that adequate assurance and sa...

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