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Press Releases - 2006

Thursday, December 21, 2006
December 21: DNI Releases Four Decades of U.S. Intelligence on Yugoslavia


December 15: Director of National Intelligence Fellows Award Winners Announced


December 7: Letter to the Editor of the Washington Post


December 4: Information Sharing Environment Privacy Guidelines Released


December 1: Statement by the Director of National Intelligence


November 27: ODNI Announces Mission Manager for Cuba and Venezuela


November 16: Information Sharing Environment Implementation Plan Report Sent to Congress


November 15: Letter to the Editor of the Washington Post


October 30: ODNI Announces Six New University Grants for 2006-2007 Academic Year


October 27: Letter to the Editor of the National Journal


October 13: Statement by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on the North Korea Nuclear Test


October 4: ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position


September 26: Declassified Key Judgments of the National Intelligence Estimate "Trends in Global Terrorism: Implications for the United States" dated April 2006


September 24: Statement by the Director of National Intelligence, John D. Negroponte, in response to news reports about the National Intelligence Estimate on Trends in Global Terrorism


September 6: Information on the High Value Terrorist Detainee Program


September 6: Biographies of High Value Terrorist Detainees Transferred to the US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay


August 18: ODNI Announces Acting Mission Manager for Cuba and Venezuela


August 7: ODNI Announces National Counterintelligence Executive and Mission Manager for Counterintelligence


July 27: ODNI Statement in Response to the HPSCI Oversight Subcommittee's Report


July 27:
ODNI Issues Progress Report on WMD Commission Recommendations


June 29: ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position


June 16:
ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position


May 31:
President Bush Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony of Michael Hayden as Director of the CIA


May 8:
ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position


May 8:
DNI Remarks on the Nomination of General Hayden for Director of the CIA


May 8:
President Nominates PDDNI as Director of the CIA


May 5:
Statement by DNI John D. Negroponte on the resignation of CIA Director Porter Goss


March 21:
ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position


March 16:
ODNI Releases Captured Documents


February 17:
Drug Enforcement Administration Element Becomes 16th Intelligence Community Member


February 13:
ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position


February 10: 
Director of National Intelligence Fellows Award Winners Announced 


January 11:
ODNI Announces Mission Managers and Senior Leadership Position


January 5: ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position

Intelligence Challenges Grow, Available
 Resources Decline - DNI Clapper Interview in Signal Magazine

Monday, September 08, 2014
The U.S. intelligence community has suffered significant damage from a perfect storm of insider revelations and budget cutbacks. Simultaneously, the threat picture confronting the United States has grown to an unprecedented level just when intelligence organizations are hampered in their efforts to continue to protect the nation.
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The Truth About Executive Order 12333

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Under EO 12333, intelligence agencies may collect, retain, and disseminate information about Americans “only in accordance with procedures … approved by the Attorney General … after consultation with the Director [of National Intelligence].” ... As the civil liberties protection officer for the director of national intelligence (DNI), I work with intelligence agencies on these procedures, and would like to describe how they safeguard privacy and civil liberties.
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Meet an Officer Who Transitioned at the CIA

Friday, August 15, 2014
Not too long ago, openly LGBT people were denied federal security clearances. These days, the CIA has an extensive strategy in place to help trans employees confirm their gender expression.
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