Science & Technology
The Directorate of Science and Technology (DS&T) is one of four major components whose employees carry out the CIA's mission. The DS&T brings expertise to solve our nation's most pressing intelligence problems.
We attack national intelligence problems with effective targeting, bold technology and superb tradecraft. We create, adapt, develop, and operate technical collection systems and apply enabling technologies to the collection, processing, and analysis of information.
To spend a day with the DS&T is to spend a day inside the imagination of CIA. All DS&T employees are technical intelligence officers, but work in many different disciplines ranging from computer programmers and engineers to scientists and analysts. The DS&T partners with many other organizations in the Intelligence Community, the military, academia, the national laboratories, and the private sector to achieve mission success. The DS&T brings distinctive tools, capabilities, and expertise to our most difficult national security challenges.
Learn more about the DS&T:
- Who We Are
- Internship Program
- In the Community & Across the Nation
- Technology Artifacts
The DS&T is celebrating 50 years of technological excellence. Learn about some of the DS&T's accomplishments.