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Posted by: xenonman
Posted on: Jun 17th, 2015 at 3:48pm
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Coincidentally, I believe it may have been this John Sullivan, with whom I spoke over the telephone in ca. 1990, in connection with one of my various Agency applications!  Glad he finally saw the light! Shocked
Posted by: George W. Maschke
Posted on: Dec 4th, 2014 at 7:31am
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The Association of Former Intelligence Officers website currently hosts a draft article by retired CIA polygrapher John F. Sullivan titled "CIA and the Polygraph" that will be of interest to those concerned with polygraph policy:

In reviewing the history of the CIA's Polygraph Division from its creation in 1947 to date, Sullivan is highly critical of current practices in the CIA polygraph screening program, concluding " honest subject has no better chance than a dishonest subject of getting through the process."