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Re: My CIA Polygraph Story
Reply #30 - Mar 10th, 2015 at 5:41pm
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This website is crap look if you want the job don't try to beat the polygraph beat yourself ...tell the truth and no matter why you will always have the trust of family, friends, parents, government, etc


I did tell the truth at 2 polygraph tests in my experience. It didn't help me at all. I didn't even get a chance for a NOPA. But because it seems our law enforcement agencies operate at almost a Mafia style organization maybe, its the people, applicants, with a conscience they are trying to weed out
  
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Reply #31 - May 23rd, 2015 at 10:23am
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"It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the Government from falling into error."
- U.S. Supreme Court, in American Communications Association v. Douds, 339 U.S. 382,442
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Reply #32 - Jun 17th, 2015 at 3:33pm
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waiting_game wrote on Jul 5th, 2011 at 6:39pm:
I am just curious but did they say you were not suitable or did they say that your clearance was denied?  Did they ever start contacting your references?


In my case, they were already doing the BI just before I went in for the polygraph.  Of course, I was applying for their "summer intern" program, so it was necessary to expedite the BS processing ritual.

Interestingly, when I applied to the Agency (back in  '79), they were still doing the polygraphs at Headquarters.
  

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Reply #33 - Jun 17th, 2015 at 4:35pm
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DontGetIt wrote on Mar 26th, 2013 at 8:20pm:
Pretty much same as my experience in 2013


and mine in 1979, except that they were still doing the polygraphs at Headquarters back then.
  

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Reply #34 - Oct 4th, 2015 at 5:37am
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Wow, over 104,000 views in this thread!  Word around the Intel Community over the last few years is that they do NOT like this thread.  The OP put everything on blast, and now the common Google search of things like "CIA Polygraph" yields this thread as the top hit.  Moderators, is this the most viewed thread on this forum?
  
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Reply #35 - Oct 4th, 2015 at 6:42am
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Wow, over 104,000 views in this thread!  Word around the Intel Community over the last few years is that they do NOT like this thread.  The OP put everything on blast, and now the common Google search of things like "CIA Polygraph" yields this thread as the top hit.  Moderators, is this the most viewed thread on this forum?

If it is, then this forum is certainly serving its intended purpose.  If the nice folks at OP and OS don't like that, well I think that's just great!
The more embarrassment that can be caused to the Agency the better! Sad
  

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Reply #36 - Oct 13th, 2015 at 11:57am
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Georgie, is this the highest viewed thread on this site?
  
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Reply #37 - Oct 17th, 2015 at 2:38am
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Georgie, is this the highest viewed thread on this site?

Yes, thanks to the Agency's "Office of Security" Roll Eyes
  

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Reply #38 - Oct 17th, 2015 at 3:26am
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Moderators, is this the most viewed thread on this forum?


No, but it is among the top threads in terms of readership.
  

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Reply #39 - Oct 18th, 2015 at 4:11pm
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A search for "CIA Polygraph" in alternative search engines like DuckDuckGo also hits this thread.
  
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Reply #40 - Nov 23rd, 2015 at 11:35am
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I recently received word from someone who works in the CIA that confirms much of what has been said on this site.  This person had the periodic re-polygraph that the intelligence officers take every few years, and was told to "stop what you are doing!".  The person was told to "stop it!" several times and accused of trying to cheat the polygraph equipment and hide information.  The person had nothing to hide, stuck to his/her story, and passed.  It is the same routine with everyone who takes the CIA polygraph, whether you are trying to get hired or already a CIA employee.  The polygraph examiners interrogate you to see if you will make a big confession.  If you have prior overseas travel, such as military, you will probably be interrogated on your foreign contacts and prostitution (including dirty massages).  If you keep your mouth shut and deny everything, you are more likely to pass.
  
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Reply #41 - Nov 5th, 2016 at 1:17am
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Bumping this old thread to get things going again.  With the leaks of Wikileaks, Snowden, Manning, and others, I think it is time to start exposing more government secrets.  I'm putting the CIA on blast.  Attached are the files from someone's pre-employment processing from some years ago.  I have included a nice little map of CIA Headquarters, and one of the files is a map to the CIA Dulles Discovery Building in Chantilly, VA where the processing takes place.  Notice that none of the documents actually say "CIA", they do this on purpose.  In fact, the recruitment mail you receive will only have "Recruitment Center, Washington DC" as the return address, which is strange since the CIA buildings are mostly in Northern VA. 

Some other information: If you want to "spot the spook" at a U.S. Embassy, by that I mean know who the undercover CIA officer is, here are some ways to tell:

- The NSA usually has the cover of an Information Management Specialist in the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service.
- The CIA usually has the cover of a Political, Economics, or Management Officer in the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service.
- The CIA, if they have a large presence, will all be grouped under some vague group in the U.S. Department of State Global Address Book.  For example, the group may be something like "Executive Staff" or "Regional Affairs", which are not standard groups if you look at the list of Foreign Service jobs on the careers.state.gov website.
- Both the CIA and NSA are usually located on the top floor of the Controlled Access Area (CAA) where only U.S. employees with security clearances area allowed, though in some "friendly" countries the local staff are allowed access to the CAA under escort.
- In non-friendly countries like Russia, Iran, and China, the CIA are not allowed to make friends with the locals.  So the undercover CIA officer will not be socializing with the local citizens in these countries.
- The annual performance review, known as the EER, in the U.S. Department of State is required for all employees.  The undercover CIA officer will either not fill one out, or fill out one that looks like crap because he/she doesn't care and The Agency has its own performance review system that is more important.
  
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Reply #42 - Nov 5th, 2016 at 1:19am
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here is the attachment of files.
  
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Re: My CIA Polygraph Story
Reply #43 - Nov 5th, 2016 at 5:56pm
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Diana K,

Have you seen the 9-minute polygraph video referenced in the materials you posted? If so, I'd be interested in any details you might be able to provide about it.
  

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Reply #44 - Nov 5th, 2016 at 9:27pm
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This was the video we watched while in the waiting lobby on the 2nd floor of the applicant processing unit at Dulles Discovery.  The showed the video on the the numerous TV screens in the lobby.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4blyf5lTK6s

I did not pay much attention to it because I was bored and falling asleep, but I did catch a few glimpses and recognized it from the internet.
  
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