IC in the News

IC in the News

The Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law, the Clements Center for National Security and the Intelligence Studies Project at The University of Texas at Austin hosted a conference last week that featured key national security leaders and U.S. senators who addressed military and intelligence challenges. Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon spoke on issues related to Russia, China, global threats and world order.

The intelligence community comprises 17 agencies spread across the government, and while their missions and areas of focus vary, there’s a common thread: national security.

Issuance of Updated Intelligence Community Directive 107 on Civil Liberties, Privacy, and Transparency

This year, Foreign Policy is proud to feature the Global reThinkers — the legislators, technocrats, comedians, advocates, entrepreneurs, filmmakers, presidents, provocateurs, political prisoners, researchers, strategists, and visionaries — who together found amazing ways not just to rethink our strange new world but also to reshape it. They are the doers who defined 2017.

Visit the new Intelligence.gov, and you’ll notice something very different from the mysterious, secretive reputation of the community: people.

The site not only highlights individual workers, it encourages visitors to learn their background, follow their story, and delve into the material they’ve produced working for the Intelligence Community.

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