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ODNI Releases First Public Report on Intelligence Community Workforce Demographics, Seeking Diverse Talent Pool

Friday, June 10, 2016
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence today releases its first public report on   Intelligence Community workforce demographics, the latest in a series of steps shedding light on the IC’s struggle to recruit talented officers who mirror the diverse country they serve.


DNI Clapper, FBI Director Comey and DIA Director Stewart To Salute #LGBTSpies at #2016ICPride Summit

Wednesday, June 08, 2016
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, FBI Director James Comey and DIA Director Vincent Stewart today will address the Fifth Annual Intelligence Community Pride Summit, entitled "Count on Your Community."  The trio -- who rarely together address one assembly outside the houses of Congress -- will applaud LGBTA -- A for Allies -- officers for sharing their authentic selves at work each day, empowering the mission of each of the 17 elements of the Intelligence Community.

DNI Clapper Addresses First IC Leadership Summit on Building an African-American and Hispanic Recruitment Pipeline

Thursday, May 26, 2016
Top Spy Announces IC Will Release Its Workforce Demographics and Challenges Participants to Bring Actionable Ideas to Overcome Diversity Obstacles Within 90 Days, Advocating that Attendees “Think Big”

Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Wins 2016 Leadership Award from Women in Technology

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Stephanie O’Sullivan was honored by Women in Technology this past Thursday with the 2016 Women in Technology Leadership Award in the Government Service category. WIT’s Annual Leadership Awards celebrate innovative women in the technology industry who are advancing diversity and inclusion within their sphere of influence.

DNI Clapper Signs New Policy on Social Media for Federal Background Investigations for Security Clearances

Friday, May 13, 2016
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper yesterday signed Security Executive Agent Directive Five, codifying federal background investigative authority to incorporate publicly-available social-media information in the security clearance process.

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