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Stephanie O'Sullivan: D.C.'s Top 50 Women In Tech 2016

Thursday, March 31, 2016
Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Stephanie O' Sullivan is the top deputy to DNI James Clapper. She said her role, "similar to a chief operations officer," means that there's no telling from hour to hour what her work will entail. "My job is unpredictable ... every day is different; you just don’t know when you walk in every morning what will be next," she said.
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Intelligence Chief: Info Sharing Key to Combating Today’s Diverse Threats

Tuesday, March 29, 2016
At the age of 12, while staying with his grandparents in Philadelphia, James Clapper stuck a toothpick in the television dial to pick up the signal between channels four and five.  He then was able to reconstruct the police districts and boundaries in the city. And from there, he figured out the various call signs and police codes.  When his father, an intelligence officer for the Army, asked him what he'd done all summer, Clapper began briefing him on how the police department worked.  "My dad was dumbstruck. 'My god, I've raised my own replacement,' you know," Clapper recalled.
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Nat’l security students engage with intelligence agencies in D.C.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Flying a cohort of students up to Washington, D.C. to meet with various U.S. intelligence agencies every year, The Gordon Institute’s National Security Certificate program offers students an immersive governmental career development experience.
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'Secret Agents of Change' Say U.S. Intelligence Embracing LGBT Spies

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
A U.S. intelligence community that once forced out gays and lesbians for security reasons now sees inclusivity as the best way to protect the country, and seeks to recruit spies from a wider talent pool that includes the LGBT community.
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Intelligence Advice for the Next President: Rocky Road Ahead

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
A new, gloomy intelligence report released Monday forecasts a sluggish world economy, political unrest and disillusionment with the status quo across the globe during the next five years and beyond.  Insecurity will deepen rifts among social classes and religious groups and extremists will consolidate into large-scale networks across Africa, the Arab world and parts of Asia, according to the global trends report written by the National Intelligence Council.

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