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Discover the CIA with The Work of a Nation

Front CoverDo you have a curiosity about all things CIA? Perhaps you want to know more about its history. Or maybe you’re interested in learning more about how the CIA is organized and what it does.

You can satisfy your curiosity and learn what the CIA is and what it does to protect our country in our newest publication, The Work of a Nation. The Office of Public Affairs (OPA) produces publications like The Work of a Nation to inform the public about the Agency and its mission.

The Work of a Nation gives readers an inside look at the nation's premiere intelligence agency. It is divided into chapters, covering everything from the Agency's history, organizational structure, frequently asked questions, and photographs of interesting items in and on the headquarters compound. Readers will discover how different parts of the Agency — analysis, clandestine collection, support, and science & technology — work in unison as our nation’s first line of defense.

A printable version of The Work of a Nation is also available on the Web site so you can share it with friends.

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Posted: Sep 17, 2009 11:01 AM
Last Updated: Apr 30, 2013 12:17 PM