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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Dale Meyerrose
"On every step along the way — whether you are talking IT software, IT middleware or IT hardware or even data sets, the strings of data, anywhere along that line there are potentials for injecting something which either gives somebody an unfair advantage later on or becomes a vulnerability or hole that someone can take advantage of, or becomes a capability like tapping in on somebody else's cable next door without paying for it," Mr. Meyerrose said.
Dale Meyerrose, a retired Air Force major general and the first chief information officer for the U.S. intelligence community, said the problem of "supply-chain integrity" in general is a serious one.