The feds raided the headquarters of a Boston area tech company that they think is secretly owned by a Saudi with al Qaeda ties.
The firm, Ptech, supposedly does work on sensitive projects for several government agencies. Here's some run-of-the-mill tech firm gobbledygook from their mission statement:
"Ptech's strategic alignment and traceability technology software and services give management unparalleled abilities to dynamically visualize, strategize and respond to changing opportunities or threats faster and better than any combination of competing products and services on the market today. Our mission-critical enterprise software enables organizations to continuously align their strategy to operations and empowers management to move rapidly and confidently to exploit market opportunities."
Which makes you wonder: Why is the US Postal Service a client?