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Professor Sievert’s Capstone Briefs CIA

May 10, 2010

On Friday May 7th, 2010 Professor Sievert’s Capstone under the leadership of Whitney Morehead briefed Doug Maceachin, former CIA Deputy Director Intelligence and Rob Johnston, Supervisor, Lessons Learned, CIA Center for the Study of Intelligence, on the results of their project “Lessons Learned from the 9/11 and WMD Commissions.”  The project was designed to provide a concrete list of steps a future Director of the CIA (D/CIA) should take when confronted with investigating commissions to ensure an accurate picture of Agency activity is presented and prevent the formation of negative impressions created by the way the Agency interacts with the Commissions. The briefing by Drew Davis and Kristin Childress

with input from all capstone members was very well received and the CIA representatives stated they hoped to have the report presented to D/CIAPanetta, the Director of National Intelligence and the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.

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