DNI Clapper's As Delivered Remarks at the 2015 GEOINT Symposium
Wednesday, July 08, 2015
This is my eleventh GEOINT Symposium, going back to the first one in 2003. I typically open by talking about the ways the geospatial intelligence community is leading intelligence and how you feel like family to me, and I recite my lines about how great it is to get away from Washington.
GEOINT Wildlife Security and Illicit Trafficking - As Prepared Remarks of Terrance Ford, NIM Africa at the 2015 GEOINT Symposium
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Thank you to USGIF and IFAW for the opportunity to speak on this very important topic. Although wildlife security and illicit trafficking has many facets, I will focus my comments on the role of intelligence in supporting efforts to reduce and eliminate illegal animal trade
As Delivered Remarks of PDDNI Stephanie O'Sullivan at the 2015 IC Pride LGBTA Summit
Thursday, May 07, 2015
Thank you for the introduction and for welcoming me here today in place of Director Clapper. He had a personal issue that pulled him away, and there is simply no way he could be here today. I know it’s the standard line to say, “I know he wishes he could be here.” In this case, that’s a vast understatement. He was very much looking forward to making this speech – which now, I get to make. [laughter]
ODNI General Counsel Robert Litt’s As Prepared Remarks on Signals Intelligence Reform at the Brookings Institute
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
A year and a half ago, in July 2013, I gave a speech here about Privacy, Technology and National Security. It was just about a month after classified documents stolen by Edward Snowden began appearing in the press, at a time when people in the United States and around the world were raising questions about the legality and wisdom of our signals intelligence activities. My speech had several purposes.
Remarks as delivered by DNI James R. Clapper on “National Intelligence, North Korea, and the National Cyber Discussion” at the International Conference on Cyber Security
Thursday, January 08, 2015
It’s great to be here after fighting the snow traffic in Washington to get to the airport, and then flying here. I want to thank Father McShane [Fordham University President Joseph M. McShane], for that kind introduction. You have some truly remarkable speakers and panels this week, and I’m humbled that you invited me to speak. Thanks for having me.