, who was a devoted ally of the White House, and an unabashed defender of the Iraq war, "brought with him to Langley a Praetorian Guard from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence," reported the January 4, 2005 Washington Post.
He said he was confident that Goss
' successor would continue the reforms Goss
put into place, but made no announcement on who he would nominate to fill the post.
admitted murder and was told he must serve at least 11 years in prison
has conducted work-snobs, seminars and study courses at colleges and universities nationwide, and has appeared as lecturer, clinician and consultant in the U.S.
"The new distribution channel will provide newspaper-printing professionals with greater access to Goss
' high-performance printing technology and Flint Ink's ink systems and technical expertise," said Ernesto Oliveira, vice president Latin America, Goss
, whose nomination must be confirmed by the Senate, had been mentioned prominently in speculation about a successor to departed CIA Director George Tenet, who left amid a torrent of criticism of the agency's handling of pre-war intelligence on Iraq.
"One way or another, the Goss
& DeLeeuw name will live on even though the original corporation will be dissolved," says Charles P.
, who sets out in November, said: "The Antarctic has been scratching away for a long time.
has focused on creating a "global manufacturing organization," Gaynor says, which will include improved control over sales, parts and service, "so we'll be behaving more like a single company," not the former internal groups that were operating "with some degree of autonomy."
, R-Fla., chairman of the House Permanent Committee on Intelligence, told reporters.
AN emergency signal from Pete Goss
's abandoned catamaran Team Philips was picked up by coastguards last night.