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    The Central Intelligence Agency was developed in 1947 by the National Security Act under President Truman. The CIA is responsible for “coordinating the nation’s intelligence activities and correlating, evaluating and disseminating intelligence affecting national security.” Before the CIA was developed President Franklin D. Roosevelt had the idea to create an agency that was responsible for intelligence agencies. This agency became known as the Office of Strategic Services. He hired New York lawyer

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    The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has proved its worth throughout the world. The organization was able to push past all prejudice in order to protect the people of the United States. Today it is a very respected and sought after agency that many rely on for their safety and income. The CIA is a powerful and organized bureau that has asserted its dominance and altered the face of society throughout the entire world since its beginning in 1947. The United States has since become an even more authoritative

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    attacks on U.S soil many gaps were identified in our domestic and international intelligence programs. An internal Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) investigation revealed that CIA Task Forces failed to share information with the FBI about two suspected terrorists, Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, as they entered the United States (9/11 Commission Report). The U.S Intelligence Community is made up of 15 different agencies, offices, and organizations within the Executive branch. There are 8 components

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    Summary of company (or government agency, etc) The CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) is an independent federal agency, it is responsible for advancing national security intelligence to the United States policymakers. The Intelligence the CIA acquires is used to provide strategic and tactical advantages to take action in order to prevent threats and to advance the United States’ National security goals. The CIA organizes covert activities and objective analysis that seeks to provide the outcome

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    without parole. Aldrich Ames worked for the Central Intelligence Agency, also referred to as the CIA. He started his work for the agency in 1962. Ames was not seen by colleagues as having much prominence or status in the intelligence community; most thought he was a less than par agent. Despite these

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    Executive Summary CIA – Central Intelligence Agency Today's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is centered on the same basic principles as the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in the 1940's but with some significant changes, specifically in its organization and methods. The OSS, the world's first global intelligence organization, was organized and overseen by "Wild Bill Donovan" and expanded at an unprecedented pace throughout World War II. The OSS was the foundation for today's CIA. It was because

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    The Central Intelligence Agency has conducted secret missions all over the war. This paper will be about how the Central Intelligence Agency has used three types of powers in politics to stop or attempt to stop the spread of communism. The three types of power in politics are Strong, Soft, and Sticky power. How has the Central Intelligence Agency use strong power to combat communism? First, we have to define Strong power. Strong power in politics is the use of force to “convince” someone that they’re

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    The Central Intelligence Agency that is known now as the CIA. This configuration began in the beginning of the Cold War. The CIA is one of the United States foreign intellectual agencies. The CIA is responsible for gaining and analyzing information about including but not limited to foreign governments, corporations, and individuals. The department reports political, economic, and military information from more than 150 nations and asses it for other United States government corporations. The

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    emails are viewed a day"(byman). The National security agency and central intel lance agency are illegally viewing private documents and private records. They have access to all of these items without the peoples consent. The NSA is going through people's documents and they are giving them to other countries. The NSA and CIA should not be allowed to do these things to private documents. The United States has the central intelligence agency to monitor phone call of almost every person. The United

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    Central Intelligence Agency The most common question an undergraduate student will get asked is “What are your plans after college?” I am currently an international relations major hoping to minor in psychology or possibly Arabic. My dream occupation after graduating college would be to become a CIA agent or work in the white house, something along those lines. Ever since I was in high school I’ve always wanted to work in that kind of field whether it was for the FBI, CIA, or

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