Washington — Shhh. Don't let it get around, but the National Security Agency, the largest and most secretive of all US intelligence groups, is looking for a few good recruits.
Although an estimated 95,000 people work worldwide for the NSA, few of its activities have been made public. It is so secret that fellow spooks, as they are called in the intelligence community, say NSA stands for No Such Agency. The agency, whose heavily guarded headquarters is midway betweeen Washington and Baltimore, is looking for linguists, mathematicians, electronic engineers, and computer scientists.