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Oct. 27, 2016

Faces of Defense Intelligence: Virginia Hall - The “Limping Lady”

Read about Virginia Hall, a U.S. citizen who collected critical intelligence against Germany in France during WWII as the first British female agent inserted into France, codenamed Germaine

Oct. 18, 2016

Search Opens for National Intelligence University President

National Intelligence University announced today that the search for a new president has begun. The current president, Dr. David Ellison, who has led the university since 2009, plans to retire in

Oct. 5, 2016

DIA Awards Three Additional E-SITE Task Orders

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has awarded three E-SITE Task Orders to: Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean, Virginia; Cyberspace Solutions, LLC of Reston, Virginia; and Intrepid Solutions and Services, Inc. of Sterling, Virginia. This action was solicited via the previously awarded (July 2015) Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) multiple award, indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract vehicle.

Oct. 4, 2016

DIA Awards Three E-SITE Task Orders

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has awarded three E-SITE Task Orders to: General Dynamics Information Technology of Fairfax, Virginia; 22nd Century Technologies, Inc. of McLean, Virginia; and Berico Technologies, Inc. of Reston, Virginia. This action was solicited via the previously awarded (July 2015) Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) multiple award, indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract vehicle.

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