— The choice of Gen. Michael V. Hayden of the Air Force as the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency is only a first step in a planned overhaul to permanently change the mission and functions of the legendary spy agency, intelligence officials said Saturday. Porter J. Goss, who was forced to resign Friday, was seen as an obstacle to an effort by John D. Negroponte, the director of national intelligence, to focus the agency on its core mission of combating terrorism and stealing secrets abroad.
The question is what does Goss do now!? You can't honestly expect him to just retire and forget about decades of working in the intelligence commmunity.... never mind being a beaurocrat. Maybe there's a movie in the works