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WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Office of the Director of National Intelligence today released “Climate Change and International Responses Increasing Challenges to U.S. National Security Through 2040,” the first NIE on climate change. Produced through the National Intelligence Council, ODNI’s center for long-term strategic analysis, the report assesses the near- and medium-term geopolitical implications of climate change abroad.

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines today issued the following statement on the passing of Former Secretary of State Colin Powell:

 

“We have lost an extraordinary public servant and American statesman with the passing of Former Secretary of State Colin Powell. A kind, thoughtful, and passionate human being who worked tirelessly to make our world a better place. Secretary Powell served in a variety of critical national security positions, was a decorated veteran, and a champion of national, public, and military service. On behalf of the Intelligence Community, we thank Secretary Powell for his devotion to America and we hope his legacy brings his family comfort in this difficult time."

 

The National Intelligence University is different than any other university in the country.

 

There are no sports teams, students do not pay for books or tuition, and the classrooms are in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, or SCIF.

 

Thursday, 14 October 2021 10:53

Erika Collante: Shoot for the Stars

“My dad always said, 'shoot for the stars honey, you can get any job you want.'" Erika Collante, an Intelligence Community officer, can be described as passionate, enthusiastic, humble and extremely authentic.

 

Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Dr. Stacey Dixon visited St. Louis this week and spoke with students and industry partners about opportunities within the Intelligence Community.

 

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