Sea-Stick will be about as useful against zero-days as a windows internet security package. Meanwhile they'll have legal grounds to slurp up all sorts of consumer data for the greater wood... err good.
"CTIIC will also hook up different arms of the government, pulling in intelligence from everyone and then act as a source of information for all."
Ah, so a prime target for any and all hackers then. 50 cents says there will be at least phishing attacks within the first 6 months of operation. If communication isn't done via email then it will be watering hole attacks against any related websites. Or some intern will send off a copy of a few million consumer database records.