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U.S. to Stick with Military Head for NSA

The Obama administration, amid a broader review of surveillance policies, has decided to maintain the close relationship between the National Security Agency and the Pentagon’s Cyber Command by keeping a single chief for both agencies, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The move comes just days before a presidential task force was expected to submit to the White House recommendations that constitute a sweeping overhaul of the NSA, according to people familiar with the plans.

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