Today the Central Intelligence Agency released new, unclassified procedures designed to restrict and streamline the agency's handling of U.S. person information collected in the course of intelligence activities conducted under Executive Order 12333.
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Announcing the Results of the 2015 Bobby R. Inman Award Competition (for student research and writing on intelligence)
I am happy to report the results of the 2015 “Bobby R. Inman Award” competition for student research and writing on intelligence, sponsored by the Intelligence Studies Project at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Central Intelligence Agency has released five newly declassified documents. The release states that each document related to a 2005 Office of Inspector General (OIG) report examing the Agency's accountability regarding the previous findings and conclusions from an inquiry into intelligence community activities before and after the attacks of September 11th.