USE FRONT COMPANIES AS LISTED UNDER UILABS DMDII MXD CITYTECH FOR ILLINOIS SMARTSTATE. CIA. MILITARY. ILLINOIS SMARTSTATE UILABS MXD DMDII SETUP UNDER THE OFFICES OF CIA. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS URBANA CHAMPAIGN. STATE OF ILLINOIS. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES. ILLINOIS SMARTSTATE DEFENSE AND AEROSPACE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX PARTNERS

ILLINOIS SMARTSTATE UILABS MXD SETUP UNDER THE Offices of CIA/ DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA CHAMPAIGN.

Offices of CIA — Central Intelligence Agency

The Central Intelligence Agency is an independent agency responsible for providing national security intelligence to senior US policymakers.

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

Paramilitary Operation Officer

Staff Operations Officer

Targeting Officer

Economic Analyst

Data Scientist

Physician

Technical Developer

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As a Targeting Officer for the CIA, you will identify the people, relationships, and organizations having access to the information needed to address the most critical US foreign intelligence requirements and find opportunities to disrupt terrorist attacks, illegal arms trade, drug networks, cyber threats, and counterintelligence threats.

Targeting Officers are integral to the planning and implementation of Directorate of Operations (DO) foreign intelligence collection, counterintelligence, and covert action operations. You will combine specialized training, advanced analytic skills, the most sophisticated analytic tools available, and in-depth knowledge and experience in DO operational tradecraft to identify new opportunities for DO operational activity and to enhance ongoing operations.

Many Targeting Officers spend much of their career serving in the Washington, DC area with opportunities for overseas travel. Opportunities for Targeting Officers to serve multi-year postings overseas exist, but these positions are competitive.

All DO officers are hired at an entry level and train as they are expected to work – as one team. DO officers begin their careers spending one to two years learning the foundations of clandestine operational tradecraft via classroom training, practical exercises, and on-the-job experience gained through a series of interim assignments. Following successful completion of the foundational training, each DO officer will transition into advanced training activity to prepare them to serve effectively in their respective career occupational specialty.

*Successful candidates for this position may be eligible for a one-time hiring bonus of up to 25% of their base pay

As a Paramilitary Operations Officer (PMOO) for the CIA, you will join a select cadre that is motivated by camaraderie and selfless service. PMOOs lead and manage Covert Action programs, at the direction of President of the United States, and collect Foreign Intelligence vital to national security policy makers. As an action and results oriented professional, you will take on demanding responsibility, accept significant personal risk, and maintain accountability for results. PMOOs serve as a distinct occupation in the Directorate of Operations (DO), using their military experience to conduct air, ground and maritime paramilitary operations, covert action as well as intelligence collection in austere and dangerous environments. You are expected to be leaders and program managers, running paramilitary and intelligence operations in the field.

All DO officers are hired at an entry level and train as they are expected to work – as one team. DO officers begin their careers spending one to two years learning the foundations of clandestine operational tradecraft via classroom training, practical exercise, and on-the-job experience. As equal parts Paramilitary and Operations Officers, PMOOs must successfully complete foundational training as a DO Operations Officer.

Additionally, you are required to successfully complete specialized paramilitary training and demonstrate a high level of physical readiness in order to prepare for service in hazardous and austere environments overseas.

PMOOs spend the majority of their careers serving out numerous short-term deployments or multi-year assignments in a variety of overseas locations.

This position requires a 5-year Contract Term Agreement. Learn more about the Contract Term Agreement.

As a Staff Operations Officer for the CIA, you will provide the seamless integration between CIA Headquarters and Directorate of Operations (DO) offices in the field necessary to drive clandestine operations to success. Your effectiveness, versatility, and resourcefulness as a Staff Operations Officer is critical to the success of the DO’s most creative, challenging, and impactful operations.

Staff Operations Officers apply advanced knowledge and expertise of clandestine operations, operational tradecraft, and intelligence priorities when providing strategic guidance and operational case management. In addition, Staff Operations Officers are responsible for program management throughout the DO, from traditional operational activities to specialized initiatives and Covert Action. The demanding pace of DO has Staff Operations Officers finding solutions to complex operational problems, identifying new technical tools and capabilities to advance operations, and tapping the resources of the DO, CIA, and US Government to ensure operational requirements are met. Staff Operations Officers provide objective reviews of on-going and potential operations and serve as the vital link between DO officers in the field, CIA Headquarters, and the Intelligence Community.

Many Staff Operations Officers will spend much of their career serving in the Washington, DC area having opportunities for overseas travel. Opportunities for Staff Operations Officers to serve multi-year postings overseas exist, but these positions are competitive.

All DO officers are hired at an entry level and train as they are expected to work – as one team. DO officers begin their careers spending one to two years learning the foundations of clandestine operational tradecraft via classroom training, practical exercises, and on-the-job experience gained through a series of interim assignments. Following successful completion of the foundational training, each DO officer will transition into advanced training activity to prepare them to serve effectively in their respective career occupational specialty.

This position requires a 5-year Contract Term Agreement. Learn more about the Contract Term Agreement.

OFFICES OF THE CIA – DIRECTORATE OF OPERATIONS

The Directorate of Operations (DO) strengthens national security and foreign policy objectives through the clandestine collection of human intelligence (HUMINT), and by conducting covert action as directed by the Pr

As an Economic Analyst for the CIA, you will assess foreign economic, trade, and financial interests that affect US security interests. Economists working in regional offices focus on a range of macroeconomic and microeconomic issues facing the country or region they cover, while economists working transnational issues take a broader, global approach to such matters and tend to delve more deeply into technical details. You may also assess illicit financial activities, including terrorist and criminal networks, money laundering, or foreign corruption.

Opportunities exist for foreign and domestic travel, language training, analytic and management training and assignments to other offices in the Agency and throughout the US Government.

OFFICES OF THE CIA – DIRECTORATE OF ANALYSIS

Within the Directorate of Analysis (DA), incomplete and sometimes contradictory information is transformed into unique insights that inform US policy decisions. The DA helps provide timely, accurate and objective all-source intelligence analysis on national security and foreign policy issues to senior policymakers in the US Government. Learn more about the Directorate of Analysis.

Clandestine

Integrity. Dedication. Flexibility. These qualities are essential in our clandestine positions. These professionals thrive on challenges and put their country first. In these roles, you will strengthen national security and foreign policy objectives using your technical and specialized skills. These careers require you to be self-reliant and work effectively in teams as well as individually.

Directorate of Operations Positions

Collection Management Officer

Directorate of Operations Language Officer

Operations Officer

Paramilitary Operations Officer

Specialized Skills Officer

Staff Operations Officer

Targeting Officer

Technical Clandestine Positions

Technical Operations Officer

Technical Targeting Analyst

Targeting

Curious. Problem Solver. Action-oriented. These are the qualities common among targeters working in a variety of positions across the Agency. Targeters leverage information to enable and focus operations, collection, or analytic assessments. Targeters identify high priority individuals, organizations, networks, data collections or technologies; analyze their relevance and vulnerabilities; and find connections among disparate sets of data to initiate and support action. While Targeters share many of the same qualifications and approaches, the Agency deploys these officers in different ways based on organization of assignment, area of focus, and role. These include:

Digital Targeter

Targeting Analyst

Targeting Officer

Technical Targeting Analyst

Creative. Agile. Innovative. These are the qualities we seek in STEM professionals. Your specialized knowledge is critical to help tackle challenging, complex technical problems. In a STEM position, you will use your skills and expertise to support the mission and ensure the CIA can adapt to the ever-changing technical issues that arise within the 21st century. Employees in certain occupations, who have a degree in a STEM field, may be eligible for special pay.

Analytic Methodologist

Apps Developer

Architect/Facilities Project Manager

Cartographer

Collection Management Officer

Cyber Exploitation Officer

Cyber Operations Officer

Cyber Threat Analyst

Cyber Security Officer

Data Engineer

Data Scientist

Digital Forensics Engineer

Digital Targeter

Directorate of Operations Targeting Officer

Engineer/Facilities Project Manager

Field IT Systems Administrator

Field IT Technician

Field Utility Systems Specialist

Fire Protection Engineer

Human Resources Analyst

Inspector General IT Auditor

Interactive Designer

IT Customer Service Officer

IT Engineer

Operations Officer

Physical and Technical Security Officer

Science Technology and Weapons Analyst

Software Engineer

Staff Operations Officer

Technical Developer

Technical Developer – NRO

Technical Operations Officer

Technical Project Manager

Technical Researcher

Technical Targeting Analyst

AREA INTELLIGENCE (AI)

OFFICES OF THE CIA – DIRECTORATE OF OPERATIONS

The Directorate of Operations (DO) strengthens national security and foreign policy objectives through the clandestine collection of human intelligence (HUMINT), and by conducting covert action as directed by the President. Learn more about the Directorate of Operations.

The Associate Director for Military Affairs (ADMA) coordinates, plans, executes and sustains worldwide activities that support CIA and Department of Defense (DoD) interaction based on priorities established by the Director of CIA to achieve National Security objectives.

• Ready: Resourced and trained to support the mission

• Relevant: Value added to both the CIA and DoD

• Responsive: Able to support emerging requirements anytime/anywhere under the most austere conditions

Offices of CIA

What We Do

Advise:

• The D/CIA and Agency leaders on DoD issues

Coordinate:

• CIA and DoD operational activities

Represent:

• CIA to DoD policy makers and military commanders

Facilitate:

• Mutual support (personnel, logistics, equipment, etc.)

Educate:

• CIA and DoD organizations on partnership, capabilities, capacity

Offices of CIA

History

The CIA and the DoD have worked together since 1947 to help protect and defend the United States of America and our Constitution. This complex relationship has actively evolved over the decades in response to world events.

Given the lessons learned regarding intelligence support during Desert Shield/Storm, CIA established the Office of Military Affairs (OMA) to serve as the DoD’s formal entryway into CIA for support, information, and deconfliction of various issues. Concurrent with the creation of OMA, a senior military advisor position was established in the office of the Director of Operations (DO), the Associate Deputy Director of Operations for Military Affairs (ADDO/MA). Subsequently, this position was elevated to the DCIA’s staff as the Associate DCI for Military Support (ADCI/MS) with a focus on support to the Director of Central Intelligence.

After the 9/11 attacks against the United States, a review group recommended merging ADCI/MS and OMA into one office, and CIA formally established the joined elements under the Associate Director for Military Affairs (ADMA) in 2007. Today, ADMA is jointly manned by Agency and uniformed military professionals, operating as one team to coordinate, plan, execute, and sustain joint CIA and DoD worldwide activities based upon priorities established by the Director of the CIA, to achieve National Security objectives.

The CIA is separated into seven basic components:

• Directorate of Analysis- Welcome to the Directorate of Analysis (DA), where incomplete and sometimes contradictory information is transformed into unique insights that inform US policy decisions. Members of the DA help provide timely, accurate, and objective all-source intelligence analysis on the full range of national security and foreign policy issues to the President, Cabinet, and senior policymakers in the US government.

• Directorate of Operations- The Directorate of Operations (DO) serves as the clandestine arm of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the national authority for the coordination, de-confliction, and evaluation of clandestine operations across the Intelligence Community of the United States.

• Accountable to the President, Congress, and the American public, the mission of the Directorate of Operations (DO) is to strengthen national security and foreign policy objectives through the clandestine collection of human intelligence (HUMINT) and Covert Action. Human Intelligence (HUMINT) is information acquired by human sources through clandestine collection (PARAMILITARY).

• We are an elite corps of men and women shaped by diverse ethnic, educational and professional backgrounds.

• We conduct our clandestine mission worldwide.

• We collect actionable human intelligence (HUMINT) that informs the U.S. President, senior policymakers, military, and law enforcement.

• Directorate of Science & Technology- The Directorate of Science and Technology (DS&T) is one of five 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. 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 (THIS IS THE ILLINOIS SMARTSTATE PARTNERS LIST OF MILITARY, ACADEMIA , NATIONAL LABORATORIES, STUDENT INTERNS & THE PRIVATE SECTOR CALLED ILLINOIS SMARTSTATE UNDER THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA CHAMPAIGN (UIUC) AND THE CIA/UIUC PRIVATE SETUP COMPANY CALLED UILABS (aka MXD, DMDII, CITYTECH LAB). THE CIA IS KNOWN FOR THIS SETUP OF ORGANIZING A PRIVATE COMPANY UNDER A UNIVERSUTY FOR ITS CLANDESTINE HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION RESEARCH).

• Directorate of Support- The Directorate of Support (DS) provides everything the CIA needs to accomplish its critical mission of defending our nation. Serving side-by-side with our mission colleagues from the DA, the DS&T, the DDI, and the DO, our job is to ensure that all our mission elements have everything they need for success.

• Directorate of Digital Innovation- The Directorate of Digital Innovation (DDI) is the Agency’s newest Directorate focused on accelerating innovation across the Agency’s mission activities with cutting-edge digital and cyber tradecraft and IT infrastructure. The DDI is the engine of creativity, integration, and rigor that CIA needs in the digital age, ensuring that our culture, tradecraft, and knowledge management across the board are more than equal to the challenges and opportunities of the rapidly changing world in which we operate. From arming our officers with the tools and techniques they need to excel and prevail in the cyber and big data arenas to optimizing our business operations, the DDI is a strong, agile partner with the other Directorates, our Mission Centers, and our Intelligence Community counterparts to deliver the insights our nation requires.

In addition, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (D/CIA) has several staffs that deal with:

public affairs

human resources

• protocol

congressional affairs

legal issues

• information management

internal oversight

military affairs

• talent center of excellence

Published by lslolo

I am a targeted Individual in the county of KANKAKEE Illinois since 2015- current. I became a victim via my employer which is the state of Illinois Department of Human Services.

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