__aaelyr464 writes: The Washington Post published an immense interactive website today, detailing the companies and Government agencies currently doing Top Secret work in the United States. Everything from counter-IED operations to human intelligence is touched upon. Citing various interviews with "super users" and through exhaustive analysis of public records for over two years, this interactive site allows users to peer into the guarded world of top secret intelligence. With more than 854,000 people currently holding a TS clearance, has the Defense and Intelligence world grown too big, too fast? Or has this large growth served us well, exemplified by no successful terrorist acts on US soil since 9/11? How can we judge the success of these programs, when much of it will never be known by the general public?