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The Washington Post published an expansive three-day series last month about "Top Secret America" - the vast intelligence-gathering network that has arisen across the United States since Sept. 11, 2001.
The series includes an interactive map that identifies 9,103 locations where government organizations and private companies are involved in top-secret intelligence gathering, including one in Durango
In November 1997, after spending $111 million, the state canceled its contract with Lockheed Martin Information Management Systems to build and operate a statewide child support database.