Lessons Learned from the 9/11 and WMD Commissions: IRTPA, CIA and the Intelligence Community
Project AdvisorSievert, Ronald J.
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At the request of the CIA's Center for the Study of Intelligence, a team from the Bush School conducted an inquiry to determine how the CIA responded to the investigations of the 9/11 and WMD Commissions. The goal of the project, which involved interviews with several commissioners and numerous key staff members, was to identify what actions the D/CIA must take when confronted with future commissions to ensure that the most accurate picture of the Agency is presented, while preventing the formation of inaccurate negative impressions created by the manner in which Agency personnel interact with investigators. At the conclusion of the Capstone, the students prepared a report and orally briefed Agency supervisors on their findings and recommendations.
Childress, Kristin R.; Copley, Bethany M.; Davis, Drew B.C.; Hopp, Timothy D.; Miller, Melissa A.; Prendergast, Natalie J.; Potter, Amy J.; Rivera, Pablo J. (2010). Lessons Learned from the 9/11 and WMD Commissions: IRTPA, CIA and the Intelligence Community. Available electronically from