IC in the News

IC in the News

A short trip into the DoD Reporter's notebook this week as there was a change of leadership ceremony at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency that's worth mentioning. Letitia Long retired from government after 36 years, including the last four as the director of NGA.
Monday, 29 September 2014 09:07

NCTC 10 Years later - A Decade of Service

As the National Counterterrorism Center enters a new decade, its founders and former leaders reflect on the defining moments and challenges they faced standing up a new organization.

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.
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 09:23

The Truth About Executive Order 12333

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.
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.