Jenny Fisher, Artemus Associate and eighteen year CIA veteran officer, intelligence analyst, operations officer and Chief of Station has been notified that her article will be published in a future AFIO "Intelligencer" mailing. Jenny was leader of Motorola's Corporate Competitive Intelligence Group and submitted for publication: "A Guide to Competitive Intelligence:  A Case Study of Motorola's Corporate Competitive Intelligence  Group, 1983-2009". The article is currently available online at the AFIO WEBSITE: guide.htm.

The Franklin Institute's Mandell Center has announced that it is now hosting the "Spy Museum" through October 6th this year. More than 200 historical artifacts and authentic spy gadgets will be featured in this interactive exhibit. The collection gathered from the CIA, FBI and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) resources, is from Intelligence Historian, H. Keith Melton. Melton, along with Bob Wallace, former Director of the Office of Technical Service with the CIA, will have their new release, "SPY SITES OF PHILADELPHIA" which depicts over 200 years of spy sites recorded in the Philadelphia area, available at the exhibit. The exhibit will also explain how new insights into how intelligence really works, how science and technology play major roles, and how the men and women who perform this level of work shape the course of history every day. For more information call: (215) 448-1200.

Tony Olcott, Artemus Consulting Group Associate, is one of the "agency authors" to be featured at the CIA's Library National Book Week. The event will be celebrated April 15th, 2:30 pm, in the Awards Suite at the CIA Headquarters. Tony's numerous books and articles have drawn large audiences over the years and especially his Continuum Intelligence Studies book, "Open Source Intelligence in a Networked World" which gives a comprehensive overview of the world of open sorce intelligence.

 Bob Wallace, founder of Artemus Consulting Group and former Director of the CIA's Office of Technical Service, will be speaking Friday evening, 7pm, April 5th, at the Soldiers', Sailors', Marines', Coast Guard and Airmens' Club in NYC. The historic club known and visited by thousends of military personnel over the years is located not far from Grand Central at 283 Lexington Avenue. Wallace will be sharing information from his latest book, "Spy Sites of New York City" The event is open to the public.