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March 31, 2014

Before Equal Opportunity: Women at DIA 1961-1978

As DIA wraps up its observance of Women’s History Month, we look at the early years of women in the agency. When DIA was established in 1961, women comprised 34 percent of the federal workforce and

March 31, 2014

NIU expands graduate intelligence offerings to Quantico

National Intelligence University President Dr. David Ellison announced that the university will begin offering graduate courses in Quantico, Va., this fall. NIU, in cooperation with the Federal Bureau

March 21, 2014

Introducing Dr. Kathryn Morici, NCMI’s new director

Appointed from within the organization as the first female and only the second civilian in the position, Dr. Kathryn Morici became the director of DIA’s National Center for Medical Intelligence in

March 20, 2014

Commission Approves ICC-Bethesda Building Renovations

On March 6 the National Capital Planning Commission approved preliminary and final building plans submitted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the renovation of Erskine and Roberdeau Halls at the

March 20, 2014

Women in Intelligence, Part 2

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the DIA History Office provides the following history of women in intelligence. This is part two of a two-part seriesThe World WarsMargaretha Gertruda Zelle

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