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The Defense Intelligence Agency’s Office of Oversight and Compliance Director Brent Evitt hosted a celebration to recognize the fifth anniversary of Department of Defense Manual 5240.01.
DIA celebrates intelligence oversight principles Story

Robert Gates, former secretary of defense and CIA director. (Courtesy photo)
MasterMinds with Robert Gates: A reflection on public service Story

Yesterday, in honor of National Police week and in remembrance of fallen law enforcement officers, DIA Police Chief Andre Tibbs (left) and Deputy Chief John Richter (right) place a wreath at DIA Headquarters. (Photo by Dave Richards, OCC)
DIA Police pause to pay respect Story

Condoleezza Rice speaks at a virtual MasterMinds guest speaker event hosted by the Defense Intelligence Agency.
The (virtual) room where it happens: Condoleezza Rice talks national security, democracy, and “Hamilton” with DIA Story

DIA Police Capt. William McEnaney poses for a photo with Norma Jean in the K-9 office in Reston, Va. (Photo by Ally Rogers, DIA Public Affairs)
Who let the dogs out? DIA retires two K-9s Story

Van Hendrey, who manages DIA’s Machine-assisted Analytic Rapid-repository System program, immigrated as a child to the U.S. from Vietnam. (Photos courtesy of Van Hendrey.Graphic by DIA Public Affairs)
Representation matters: Bringing Asian American experiences to the IC Story

NIU will transfer from the Defense Intelligence Agency to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on June 20.
Becoming the Intelligence Community’s University: NIU transitions to ODNI Story

DIA Director Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier appears before the Senate Intelligence Committee. (Photo by ODNI Public Affairs)
DIA Director testifies before Senate Armed Services Committee Story

DIA & You graphic
DIA hosts first virtual College Day Story

DIA Machine-assisted Analytic Rapid-repository System Program Manager Van Hendrey
DIA’s “MARS” Initiative Reaches Another Key Milestone Story

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Speeches and Testimonies

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

DIA Statement on Lt. Gen. Ashley’s Remarks at Hudson Institute Story

Russian and Chinese Nuclear Modernization Trends Story

Intelligence National Security Alliance Leadership Dinner Story

Statement for the Record: Worldwide Threat Assessment Story

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