Moonlighting, Edward Snowden and Cybersex – Three Ways to Abuse Your Position as a Security Program Officer

This is quite a story and had to share.

Last week a redacted report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) details how a GS-14 CIA senior security program officer assigned to the ODNI abused her position of trust.

The unnamed employee held the position of “Senior Security Database Program Officer” for the ODNI National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX). Her abuse of position came to the attention of investigators during her “re-adjudication investigation” when the CIA’s Clearance Division found evidence of “unreported outside activities.”

Some of the highlights include:

  • Moonlight as an FSO or NISPOM/DCID advisor to 14 separate companies.
  • Search the JPAS system for information on Edward Snowden or herself.
  • Spend four to six hours a day playing games, cruising Facebook or engaging in cybersex with a colleague.

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