The Central Intelligence Agency of the United States, formed in 1947 to conduct foreign intelligence collection, covert action, and counterintelligence operations abroad. Also responsible for providing finished intelligence to U.S. policymakers.
American intelligence agency created in 1947 under the National Security Act.
Central Intelligence Agency. The government agency responsible for overseas Intelligence gathering using Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and sometimes Electronic Intelligence (ELINT). Central Intelligence Agency
Central Intelligence Agency, a Federal agency established by President Harry Truman. The CIA's mission is ostensibly to gather information pertinent to national security, but it has become notorious for its attacks on the sovereignty of foreign nations through secret and illegal means. The CIA's role in engineering the 9/11/01 attack remains unclear, though Michael Ruppert has linked its former executive director to the insider trading targeting American Airlines and United Airlines prior to the attack. The New York City headquarters of the CIA was in Building 7 a fact unknown to the public until after the attack.
Central Intelligence Agency (the United States agency that gathers intelligence internationally)
Central Intelligence Agency (US)
The agency tasked with coordinating the United State's intelligence activities and correlating, evaluating, and disseminating intelligence that affects national security. Created in 1947 with the signing of the National Security Act by President Truman, the CIA is an independent agency responsible to the president through the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI).
Central Intelligence Agency. The CIA, established in 1947, is the agency that coordinates the gathering and evaluation of military and economics information on other nations.