ODNI Launches New Web Site

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					            OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE
                          PUBLIC AFF AIRS OFFICE
                            WASHINGTON, D.C.
                                  20511

                                      NEWS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                ODNI News Release No. 08-08
May 6, 2008

                                  ODNI Launches New Web Site

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence today launched a re-designed Web site featuring
expanded content, improved navigation tools and a new digital subscription service.

The site’s fresh content includes a Frequently Asked Questions section and a gallery of photographs
suitable for use by news organizations. Both are supported by an innovative design and enhanced
graphics. A digital subscription management feature offers users multiple ways to receive the latest
news and information, tailored to personal preferences. An RSS feed, for instance, pushes real time
information to cell phones, Web browsers or personal digital assistants.

An additional service sends instant e-mail alerts when new information is posted. Both features
allow subscribers to target updates to content of their choosing, such as congressional testimony,
speeches or new documents posted to the ODNI's Reading Room.

Navigating the Web site has been made easier, especially for first-time visitors. Links are more
intuitive, and are designed to require no more than “three clicks” to find information. To view the
new site or sign up for the subscription service, visit www.dni.gov.

The Director of National Intelligence oversees 16 federal organizations that make up the U.S.
intelligence community. The DNI also manages the implementation of the National Intelligence
Program. Additionally, the DNI serves as the principal adviser to the president, the National
Security Council and the Homeland Security Council on intelligence issues related to national
security.

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