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Press Release Archive 1999

  • November 9, 1999 - Statement by Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet on the 10th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
  • November 3, 1999 - Statement on the CIA Web Site's New Look and Features.
  • October 25, 1999 - Statement by the Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet on the Death of Senator John Chafee.
  • October 14, 1999 - Central Intelligence Agency Hosts Premiere Screening of SHOWTIME and PARAMOUNT NETWORK TELEVISION Spy Thriller, "IN THE COMPANY OF SPIES."
  • October 6, 1999 - CIA Releases 3 Million Pages of Historical Documents.
  • September 30, 1999 - In-Q-It and CIA Partner to Find Leading-Edge Technology Solutions; New Entity Seeks to Partner with the IT Community to Solve Problems of Joint Interest.
  • September 22, 1999 - CIA World Factbook 1999 Now Available (September 21, 1999).
  • August 20, 1999 - Statement from CIA Public Affairs.
    • May 8, 1999 - Joint Statement by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and CIA Director George J. Tenet.
    • May 7, 1999 - DCI Tenet Announces Departure of Deputy Director for Operations, Names Successor.
    • April 21, 1999 - DCI George J. Tenet's Statement on the Implications of China's Acquisition of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Information. The Statement is Accompanied by Key Findings from the Intelligence Community Damage Assessment and an Introductory Note from Admiral David Jeremiah's Independent Panel Review of the Damage Assessment.
    • April 16, 1999 - DCI George J. Tenet Presents Dr. William J. Perry the Prestigious R.V. Jones Intelligence Award.
    • March 24, 1999 - DCI George J. Tenet Announces the Appointment of Dr. Gary L. Smith, Director of The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), as CIA’s New Deputy Director for Science and Technology.
    • March 15, 1999 - DCI George J. Tenet Names Admiral David Jeremiah, USN (Ret) to Lead an Independent Review of an Interagency Damage Assessment Team Looking at the Possible Harm to U.S. National Security from the Alleged Disclosure of Classified Nuclear Weapons Information to China.
    • January 7, 1999 - The Central Intelligence Agency's World Factbook 1998 is Now Available to the Public.


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