Some quick initial reactions on the removal of the CIA Deputy for Analysis.
1. In cases such as the systemic failures that had occurred in the CIA, it is appropriate to fire both the manager and the team.
2. The lady had a hard job, being essentially the only department that actually collected and analyzed data. The other branches, operations and human intelligence, where so hamstrung by congressional and media tsk-tsk'ers that they were reduced to virtually nothing.
3. Anybody who puts out a report that essentially says, "Maybe they do and maybe they don't," should get out of the business in favor of someone who could write a report like that (like me) for a lot less money.