June 6, 2017

"Like, Comment, Retweet" DIA Officer Published Research on Social Media Implications

The Department of Defense has had a long standing norm of nonpartisanship for those who serve in the military. The Department’s regulations provide guidelines on permissible forms of traditional political behavior and political expression for active duty personnel,

June 2, 2017

DIA Director to speak at GEOINT 2017

Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart will provide a keynote address June 7 at the 2017 GEOINT Conference in San Antonio, Tx.In keeping with the conference theme of ‘Advancing

June 1, 2017

New National Intelligence University President Announced

Dr. J. Scott Cameron has been named the next president of National Intelligence University (NIU). He will assume his post at the start of the new academic year in August 2017. He succeeds Dr. David

May 23, 2017

DIA Director Briefs Senate Armed Services Committee on Worldwide Threats

DIA Director LtGen Vincent Stewart testified at the Senate Armed Services Committee Worldwide Threat Assessment hearing May 23 on Capitol Hill. Stewart addressed a number of threats to the U.S.,

May 23, 2017

Selected Statements from LtGen Vincent Stewart's SASC Worldwide Threat Assessment Hearing

DIA Director L. Gen. Stewart testified at the SASC worldwide threat assessment hearing May 23rd, 2017. Here are some highlights from his official statement.

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