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CIA Releases DAG Year Four Report

Building upon the success and momentum of previous years, in Year Four the Director’s Advisory Group (DAG) continued to leverage the support of advocates and volunteers throughout the workforce to implement the mandates of the 2013 Final Report.

Some of the accomplishments from DAG Year Four include:

  • Updates to online toolkits including Off-/On-ramping, Tandem Couples, and Sponsorship.
  • A limited pilot for unclassified telework.
  • Analysis of enterprise professional development tools as they map to the professional development model and a recommendation about how to address gaps and redundancies.
  • Exploration on the potential inclusion of advertising common flexible options in vacancy announcements.
  • A Tandem Couples Network to connect officers experienced with tandem assignments to employees who are planning a tandem assignment.

As the DAG moves through the Year Five implementation effort, it will continue to integrate and permanently embed products and resources into the Agency’s organizational fabric to ensure long-term adoption of these cultural changes.

To learn more about the DAG’s accomplishments, download the complete Year Four report. [PDF 575 KB*]

About the DAG:

The DAG was established by former CIA Director David H. Petraeus to help CIA’s leadership continue the advancement of women in the workplace. The team—including senior Agency officers and led by Secretary Madeleine Albright—reviewed the organizational and societal factors affecting women’s careers and analyzed information provided by nearly half of the CIA’s workforce over the course of ten months. The DAG published its final report in February 2013 and formed a team and several working groups in June 2013 to implement the ten recommendations (also referred to as ‘mandates’).

Posted: Oct 16, 2017 02:44 PM
Last Updated: Oct 16, 2017 02:44 PM