News Articles 2022

News Articles 2022

IMPACT, ODNI’s LGBTQ+ Employee Resource Group, held its first event in a speaker series on April 18 featuring National Security Council Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs Curtis Ried. Ried has been in the Foreign Service with the U.S. Department of State for nearly 20 years. He served all over the world, including posts in Algeria, East Timor, Indonesia, Iraq, and Israel, and developed a specialization in the Middle East before serving as a political advisor to the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in New York. Currently detailed to the NSC, Ried’s office works to coordinate U.S. engagement with the UN, including oversight of the refugee admission program. During the IMPACT event, Ried discussed his experiences at DOS and the challenges of being out in the national security workforce. He also provided career advice for less-tenured federal employees.


Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Dr. Stacey Dixon delivered keynote remarks to a full house on April 26." 


Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Dr. Stacey Dixon highlighted the role of partnerships in the space domain at the 37th Annual Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 5..


Friday, 22 April 2022 08:30

Celebrating 17 Years of ODNI

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence turns 17 today! Since the beginning of the agency in 2005, ODNI continues to lead intelligence integration across the U.S. Intelligence Community in a variety of ways. In honor of ODNI’s 17th anniversary, here are some notable moments from our history.


Monday, 04 April 2022 10:27

DNI Hosts Discussion with NGA Director

Vice Adm. Robert Sharp, the seventh director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, joined Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines for an ODNI-hosted discussion in McLean, Virginia, March 21. The conversation focused on the importance of partnerships in the Intelligence Community, his leadership philosophy, and his legacy in the IC as he prepares to retire.


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