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|Coded Messages focus of NSA experts talk April 9
1:45 p.m., April 8, 2003--William M. Nolte, deputy assistant director of central intelligence at the National Security Agency and CIA, will speak at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 9, in the auditorium of Clayton Hall. His talk, Coded Messages: Cryptography Challenges, is part of the ongoing Global Agenda Speaker Series, Spies, Lies and Sneaky Guys.
A career employee in the senior executive service of the National Security Agency (NSA), Nolte recently has served as director of education and training and chief of legislative affairs. Earlier assignments included tours as senior intelligence advisor to NSAs director of operations and as NSAs liaison to the National Archives. During the Clinton administration, he created and led NSAs reinvention laboratory for analysis and reporting.
From 1998 to 2000, Nolte served as director of outreach and planning at the National Intelligence Council, the strategic analysis arm of the intelligence community. In his previous assignment at the council, he served as deputy national intelligence officer for the Near East and South Asia during the Gulf War.
Nolte directs the Intelligence Fellows Program and is a member of the board of editors of Studies in Intelligence, the CIAs professional journal. He also is a member of the secretariat of the Intelligence Science Board and has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland, George Washington University, the Joint Military Intelligence College and the National Cryptologic School.
Global Agenda is part of UDs Global Community initiative and is presented in association with the World Affairs Council of Wilmington. For more information, visit [www.udel.edu/global] or call 831-2355.
Article by Beth Thomas