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Oct. 3, 2017

DIA bids farewell to Lt. Gen. Stewart, welcomes 21st director Lt. Gen. Ashley

Washington—Army Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, Jr. assumed directorship of the Defense Intelligence Agency from Marine Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart in a ceremony presided over by Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan Oct. 3 at DIA Headquarters.

May 3, 2017

Astronaut Discusses Science and Spacewalks at DIA

NASA astronaut Dr. Serena Auñón-Chancellor spoke at the Defense Intelligence Agency headquarters in Washington, DC April 17, discussing her experiences as an astronaut and the U.S. space program.

March 15, 2017

Watch DIA’s Beyond the Beltway: NORAD/NORTHCOM

Follow a DIA employee to NORAD/NORTHCOM and learn more about DIA’s support to the command’s mission to conduct homeland defense, civil support and security cooperation.

Jan. 30, 2017

DIA announces death of former director, Lieutenant General Leonard H. Perroots, USAF (Retired)

Lt.Gen. Leonard H. Perroots, U.S. Air Force who served as 8th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency from October 1985 to December 1988, died January 29, 2017 after a short illness.

Sept. 29, 2016

DIA Awards Contract for ATLAS Services

The Defense Intelligence Agency yesterday awarded Integrity Applications of Chantilly, Virginia, a multiple year, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract (HMM402-16-C-0106) with a maximum ceiling value of $50,899,933. The contract will provide non-personal acquisition, technical, logistical, and administrative support (ATLAS) services to the Defense Intelligence Agency.

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DIA is the nation’s premier all-source military intelligence organization.

It provides the nation’s most authoritative assessments of foreign military intentions and capabilities. The agency’s four core competencies -- human intelligence, all-source analysis, counterintelligence and technical intelligence -- enable military operations while also informing policy-makers at the defense and national levels.

DIA’s mission is unique and no other agency matches its military expertise across such a broad range of intelligence disciplines.