Official press releases and statements, messages to the CIA workforce, speech transcripts from Agency leadership and Featured Stories about current events at the CIA.
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Statement: Kristi Scott is CIA’s new Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer (PCLO). The PCLO serves as an independent, primary advisor to the CIA Director and other senior Agency officials to ensure that privacy and civil liberties are integrated into the day-to-day conduct of the Agency’s mission.
Blog Post: Last Tuesday, CIA’s Office of Public Affairs hosted a group of nearly 200 student interns at CIA Headquarters in Langley, VA for a number of briefings and discussions on Agency history and culture.
Blog Post: Meet Molly Hale. She’s been the CIA’s public voice since 2002, responding to faxes, phone calls, emails, and snail mail sent to the Agency. Now she’s going digital. This week's Q&A is from a writer asking for tips on staying safe on the internet.
Blog Post: On Wednesday June 5th, Deputy Director of the CIA for Digital Innovation, Andrew Hallman, joined other public and private sector tech leaders at FedScoop’s ninth annual FedTalks to discuss a number of hot topics in the world of digital futures.
Blog Post: Meet Molly Hale. She’s been the CIA’s public voice since 2002, responding to faxes, phone calls, emails, and snail mail sent to the Agency. Now she’s going digital. This week's Q&A is from a family asking if they can come take a tour of CIA Headquarters and CIA Museum.
CIA Visits the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program
Blog Post: On Friday, May 31st, CIA’s Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer, Benjamin Huebner, spoke to a packed crowd at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC about the balance of transparency and secrecy in a digital age, especially within the Intelligence Community (IC).