National Clandestine Service/Director

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Employment.png National Clandestine Service/Director 

Start13 October 2005
Leader ofNational Clandestine Service
Leader of the National Clandestine Service


Going back 50 years, the agency’s practice was to publicly identify and praise most of Archibald’s predecessors. Why? Paradoxically, it’s a job that requires a certain degree of public exposure. The spy chief’s duties require him to visit regularly with the FBI, NSA and the dozen other branches of the U.S. intelligence community, to testify to congressional oversight committees and to meet with his foreign counterparts, either here or in some of the world’s most dangerous neighborhoods. Nearly two dozen of his predecessors have been known to the public. It’s too bad they’re going all black-cloak with Archibald, because after the bumpy tenures of the past few people in that job, the agency could benefit from letting people know that it has a “quiet professional” at the helm, as one former colleague put it, a figure of continuity at an agency that has changed CIA directors six times since 2003.[1]


 

Office Holders on Wikispooks

NameFromToDescription
Greg Vogle29 January 2015August 2017
Frank Archibald7 May 201329 January 2015
Gina Haspel28 February 20137 May 2013Acting
Michael Sulick20072010
Jose Rodriguez16 November 200430 September 2007


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