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The Langley Files: CIA's Podcast
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The mission of The Langley Files: CIA's Podcast is to educate and connect with the general public, sharing insight into the Agency’s core mission, capabilities, and agility as an intelligence leader…and to share some interesting stories along the way! Each episode is approximately 15-30 minutes in length and will feature our hosts leading conversations with a range of special guests.
FILE 007 - CIA's First Chief Technology Officer Talks Start-Up Culture vs. Spy Culture
In 2022, CIA announced its first-ever Chief Technology Officer: Nand Mulchandani, a Silicon Valley executive with 25 years of industry experience. Since then, he’s been charting CIA’s course on technology—and now, on the Season 2 premiere of The Langley Files, he sits down with Dee and Walter for his first interview on being CTO of the world’s premiere foreign intelligence agency. Tune in to hear him discuss accelerating technological innovation at CIA—and whether his habit of wearing jeans to work is catching on at Langley.CIA Files on FILE 007:If you'd like more information about topics from today's episode, here's a peak into Langley's (Unclassified) Files to help you learn more:CIA Announces CTO Nand Mulchandani In the private sector and have an idea to share with CIA? https://www.cia.gov/tech/For more about today's trivia answer: From the CIA MuseumArgo Artist ConceptThe Debrief: Behind the Artifact on Argo
Rogue operatives. Off the books programs. Hood-sliding CIA officers single-handedly saving the world. Is there any fact behind the spy fiction we see all the time? For this, The Langley Files’ season one finale, Dee and Walter sit down with none other than CIA Deputy Director David Cohen to break down recurring scenes in spy fiction—and reveal that, behind some of them, is a surprising degree of CIA truth. *Nothing in this podcast should be construed to be an endorsement by the CIA or the US Government of any particular company, product, or service.
Episode 5 - The Greatest Museum You'll Never See
A top secret mission to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. A legendary CIA officer who postponed retirement to lead the Agency's response to 9/11. An entire building turned into a listening post. Where can you find artifacts from these chapters of hidden history and many more? The museum at the heart of CIA Headquarters. Since this museum is not open to the general public, in this episode of The Langley Files, Dee and Walter catch up with the museum's director and deputy director for a behind the scenes tour ... podcast-style. *Nothing in this podcast should be construed to be an endorsement by the CIA or the US Government of any particular company, product, or service.
Episode 4 - Into the Archives: Why Does CIA Have Historians?
On this episode of The Langley Files, CIA's Chief Historian joins Walter and Dee to talk about the Agency's cadre of in-house historians. They'll discuss how these officers' work studying the past supports CIA's mission in the present, what it's like going through the Agency's archives ... and how one of the fastest, highest-flying operational jet aircraft ever built ended up in the parking lot of CIA Headquarters. *Nothing in this podcast should be construed to be an endorsement by the CIA or the US Government of any particular company, product, or service.
Episode 3 - The Recruiter: What Does it Take to Join CIA?
On this episode, Dee and Walter sit down with an Agency recruitment leader to learn what characteristics CIA is looking for when selecting candidates, how CIA differs from the private sector, and the number of occupations that the Agency has to offer—which may surprise you. *Nothing in this podcast should be construed to be an endorsement by the CIA or the US Government of any particular company, product, or service.
Episode 2 - CIA: 75 Years and Counting
2022 marks the Central Intelligence Agency's 75th Anniversary. On this episode, our hosts Dee and Walter talk with two Agency officers who are leading efforts to commemorate this milestone for the Agency. They will discuss the CIA's evolution over time, what events marked this year's celebration, and how CIA is learning from its past to best serve the American people.
On this debut episode of The Langley Files, CIA Director Bill Burns joins our hosts, Dee and Walter, to dispel some common misconceptions about the CIA, provide insights into the character and skills of the Agency’s workforce, and share some personal anecdotes about what it means to him to lead the world’s premiere foreign intelligence organization.
The Langley Files: A CIA Podcast (Trailer)
At the Central Intelligence Agency, there are truths we can share, and stories we can tell. CIA's official podcast, The Langley Files, is coming soon!
I'm anxiously waiting for the "How to overthrow Democracies" episode!
Can you do an episode on torture black sites and the innocent people tortured in them? Would be very informative. Thanks.
it's no secret.. unless it is; that this country is no democracy