I can assure you that the agency would take seriously and follow up any allegations of improprietyEx-CIA agent accused of rape Jan 28, 2009
Written submissions by former CIA employees are also referred to classification review specialists at other government agencies that may have equities with regard to classification issuesTenet memoirs under review by NSC Jan 09, 2007
Mark Mansfield, 48, who joined the Central Intelligence Agency in 1982 and is a career Agency officer, was named Director of Public Affairs by General Michael V. Hayden on 24 July 2006.
He had been assigned since August 2005 to the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) , where he served as Director of Public Affairs.
Before going to NCTC, Mansfield was CIA's Director of Public Affairs, appointed by then Acting Director of Central Intelligence John McLaughlin and serving in that capacity from August 2004 until October 2004. Prior to that, he served as Deputy Director of Public Affairs at CIA from August 1997 until July 2004.