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John Inglis and the NSA mission statement
John C. Inglis has left the building at Ft. Meade. After a long slow rise to the top of the most elite organization in his chosen field, he plans to abruptly disappear, and his planned replacement has a life of secrecy. Though touted as civilians, they are military. John C. Inglis has left the building, but all his data R belong to us!
A dozen years ago, John C. Inglis clearly explained the mission of the NSA to members of the IEEE who specialize in software engineering. Unfortunately, the site where he presentation has been safely archived all these years, sstc-online.org, now shows a 500 error, so we can no longer download his presentation, but we have it.
In a moment we'll have all the details. For now, the resume Mr. Inglis presented in 2002 prior his epic presentation at the Software technology Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah:
Mr.Inglis leads NSA's Directorate of Signals Intelligence Analysis and Production. Major Assignments and Dates/Summary of Earlier Experiences:
Thanks to http://archive.is/0NaGr
Attached we have the 2002 presentation from Mr. Inglis, a few photos, and for good measure, the history of the Ayios Nikolaos Station NSA listening station in Cyprus.
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A screenshot from the 2002 presentation by outgoing NSA deputy director, John C. Inglis
Software's Role In Transforming the SI GI NT Enterprise
29 April 2002
"Information superiority for America and it's allies"
History of the premier NSA listening post in Cyprus, via cryptome.org