Top Secret America

In: Interactive Maps Politics Source: Washington Post

19 Jul 2010

Interactive exploration of the 45 Government agencies, 2000+ companies, and 854,000+ people working on government security. Part of the Washington Post’s 3-part series on the growth of national security infrastructure since 9/11.



1 Response to Top Secret America


Chris K.

July 20th, 2010 at 12:21 pm

Just curious, where does one attain like this to make an infographic? Isn’t some of this data actually top secret, or is available to the public?

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