“We will continue to enrich our workforce by targeting diverse communities across the United States to meet our talent needs, with dedicated programs for . . . Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals . . .”For background, read CIA Searching for Homosexuals - To Hire
-- Diversity and Inclusion Strategy (2016-2019) from CIA Diversity and Inclusion Office
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-- From "CIA Has A Program Specifically Designed To Recruit Transgenders" by Jonah Bennett, Reporter, Daily Caller 2/18/16
The three-year plan is the CIA’s chance to “weave diversity and inclusion deep into the fabric of our Agency,” which reflects the Obama administration’s priorities.
From 2016 to 2019, the goal is to increase the presence of marginalized demographics in the agency, though it’s not clear what unique skills transgender individuals bring to the table, in comparison to ethnic groups, who usually have valuable linguistic skills in high demand.
The CIA will implement training efforts to emphasize the importance of diversity and inclusion in leadership and development programs and will establish a pipeline to funnel diversity hires to top positions. Any barriers to this effort must be eliminated.
A key barrier will likely be the reaction of employees to the new hires, which is precisely why the CIA is set to unfold “unconscious bias” training, in order to “deepen diversity and inclusion awareness and expertise among all officers through corporate-wide unconscious bias training, speaker series, and other learning opportunities.”
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From "CIA Has Dedicated Program to Recruit Transgender Individuals" by Elizabeth Harrington, Staff Writer, Washington Free Beacon 2/18/16
Among the intelligence agency’s key actions to meet this goal is to teach recruitment officers to “strengthen cultural competencies and combat unconscious bias.”
The CIA will measure its progress of recruiting minorities, LGBT individuals, veterans, and women by using an “inclusion index.” The agency will also track “Diversity and gender break-down of applicant flow data and recruiting trends.”
CIA Director John Brennan said diversity and inclusion are “at the heart” of what the intelligence service is “charged to do.”
The CIA will “establish diversity and inclusion objectives for programs focused on professional development, including mentoring, coaching, shadowing, and other experiences that aim for officers to develop as CIA Intelligence Professionals.”
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From "CIA has a program to recruit transgendered spooks" by Rick Moran, American Thinker 2/19/16
I would be behind the CIA's diversity efforts if I could be convinced that they will enhance the agency's ability to keep us safe. But a program dedicated to recruiting transgendered people is not designed to make the agency better – only more "diverse."
Can you find anything in [that CIA Plan] that would lead you to believe that the CIA will improve its human intelligence gathering – HUMINT – if it seeks out employees based not exclusively on their abilities or intelligence, but rather on someone's nebulous notions of what constitutes "diversity"? I can't. And I suspect that the social justice warriors at the agency don't care about such mundane notions as hiring the best and brightest to protect America.
To them, it's more important to protect their politically correct ideas that make diversity an end in and of itself. And if the agency's ability to protect us is eroded? A small price to pay for diversity.
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From "Transgender at the C.I.A." by The Editorial Board, New York Times 5/11/15
The day she nervously told her boss that they needed to talk in the summer of 2012, the young intelligence analyst [born male] was mindful of the ordeal of the transgender woman at the Central Intelligence Agency who came before her. The story had become C.I.A. lore. In the late 1980s, a standout senior analyst who became the butt of jokes when she came out resigned after enduring months of cruel glances and crude remarks.
Jenny, the young officer, who is a Middle East expert, hadn’t heard yet about Diane Schroer, the former Army officer who set an important legal precedent for transgender federal employees by suing the Library of Congress in 2005. She didn’t know what, if any, legal protections and benefits transgender employees at the C.I.A. were entitled to.
All she knew with certainty was that going through life as a man had become unbearable.
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Also read Transgender/Gay Agenda Destroys Everything it Contacts