The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is an independent civilian intelligence agency of the United States with the responsibility for providing national security intelligence assessment.
The CIA succeeded the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), formed September 18, 1947 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to coordinate espionage activities against the Axis Powers.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is a civilian foreign intelligence service of
the United .... When the CIA was created, its purpose was to create a
clearinghouse for foreign policy intelligenc...
Apr 5, 2007 ... CIA's primary mission is to collect, analyze, evaluate, and disseminate foreign
intelligence to assist White House the President and senior US ...
Apr 10, 2007 ... The United States has carried out intelligence activities since the days of George
Washington, but only since World War II have they been ...
Dec 19, 2006 ... The function of the Central Intelligence Agency is to assist the Director of the
Central Intelligence Agency in carrying out the responsibilities ...
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is an independent federal agency
responsible for providing national security intelligence to our nation's
Jul 27, 2007 ... It was the fifth function -- lodged in a vaguely worded passage that allowed the
CIA to "perform such other functions and duties related to ...
CIA principal foreign intelligence and counterintelligence agency of the U.S. ... A
similar office for this purpose, the Office of the Coordinator of Information, ...
The CIA is divided into four major divisions: the Directorate of Operations (DO), ...
The Commission also finds that the function of collecting human intelligence is ...
The 1947 Act charged the CIA with coordinating the nation's intelligence activities
.... were serving the purpose for which the CIG and the CIA had been created.