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Congressional Delegation and U.S. Deputy Director of National Intelligence
Deputy Director of National Intelligence
Deputy Director for Science and Technology
Founder, First Analytic Team
Member, Office of National Intelligence
Office of National Intelligence for Collection
Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Collection
Deputy Director, Analysis
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Gov. Gary Herbert, members of Utah's congressional delegation and U.S. Deputy Director of National Intelligence Glenn Gaffney have scheduled a joint news conference Friday at the state Capitol "to announce a major project at Camp Williams," according to a news release.
Speakers | Mr. Charles Allen | Mr. Glenn Gaffney | Director Michael V. Hayden | Ms. Christine McKeown | Speakers | biography
Mr. Glenn Gaffney Mr. Glenn Gaffney Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Collection Office of the Director of National Intelligence In January 2008, Glenn A. Gaffney was appointed as Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Collection. In this role, Mr. Gaffney works on behalf of the Director of National Intelligence to coordinate and integrate the collection efforts of the 16 intelligence agencies and ensures that the DNI priorities are appropriately reflected in future planning and systems acquisition decisions. Mr. Gaffney recently served as the Deputy Director for Science and Technology. In 1996, the DS&T and DO established the Clandestine Information Technology Office the predecessor to today's IOC. Mr. Gaffney was part of a team which laid the foundation for this new office and established its targeting program for DO Information Operations. After joining the DS&T in 1997, Mr. Gaffney served CITO and IOC as Chief/Targeting and Analysis, Deputy Chief/Programs, Policy, and Resources, and then Chief/Computer Operations. He was appointed Deputy Chief/IOC in October 2002 and Chief/IOC in November 2005. Mr. Gaffney began his career with the CIA in 1986 as a technical analyst in the Directorate of Intelligence (DI) responsible for the analysis of Soviet space systems and space launch vehicles. His experience in this area led to a position as a senior analyst in the former Office of Scientific and Weapons Research where he was increasingly involved in supporting the Directorate of Science and Technology (DS&T) and the Directorate of Operations (DO) in designing and conducting clandestine technical collection operations to address critical technical intelligence gaps. Mr. Gaffney also led and participated in a number of DI technical research projects focused on developing and evaluating new collection techniques and approaches in support of the DS&T and the National Reconnaissance Office. Mr. Gaffney served two tours as a branch chief in the DI. He led a team responsible for technical analysis and intelligence production on foreign abilities to conduct air warfare against the US. During his second assignment, Mr. Gaffney established the CIA's first analytic team dedicated to assessing foreign Information Warfare threats to the US and providing technical targeting support to DO and US military Information Operations efforts. Mr. Gaffney was born and raised in New Jersey. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1986 in Engineering Science with a specialty focus in astrophysics from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
It was Glenn A. Gaffney, deputy director of national intelligence for collection, a man who had spent almost his entire career at the CIA.
As head of collection for the intelligence community, he managed the country's human and electronic spies.
The DNI has announced that Glenn A. Gaffney will join the ODNI as the DDNI for Collection.
Gaffney is currently CIA Deputy Director for Science and Technology, "a position he has held since November 2006..... Gaffney replaces Mary Margaret Graham, the first DDNI/Collection under the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, who will retire effective 7 January" 2008.
The deputy director for the Office of National Intelligence for Collection, Glenn Gaffney, says the data center will be dedicated to protecting the nation from cyber-attacks.