Attached is the report CIA psychiatrist and Medical Director of CIA’s Secret Psychiatric Prison, Gary L. Litovitz, M.D., Dominion Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia, submitted to CIA’s Office of Medical Services on me.
CIA ordered me to visit Dr. Litovitz following my initial imprisonment at CIA’s Secret Psychiatric Facility for a reevaluation on December 7, 2009. Dr. Litovitz diagnosed me as Psychosis Not Otherwise Specified, concurring with the original assessment of CIA psychiatrist Richard L. Roth, my attending physician at Dominion Hospital.
Dr. Litovitz’s report formed the basis for CIA’s decision to find me unfit for duty for “psychological conditions.” Dr. Sally Ann Urbanczyk, Chief of Daily Operations in CIA’s Mental Heal Division, insisted I see Dr. Litovitz despite my protestations of being uncomfortable meeting another psychiatrist associated with Dominion Hospital.
Attached is my 2008 CIA appointment schedule. This is often referred to as the CIA’s 3-day, because it involves three days of interviews. Applicants progress to this stage of the National Clandestine Service’s (NCS) recruitment process after successfully completing the NCS’s phone interview screening, attending the NCS information session at a hotel in the DC-Metro area and an in-person interview with a current or former CIA Case Officer/Operations Officer.
Federal bureaucrats love acronyms and the IC has its own unique set of acronyms. Government bureaucrats can hold a conversation using only acronyms. I often use acronyms in my posts and my twitter account, @wlynnae. Attached is a sheet containing common IC acronyms for the public’s reference. Feel free to contact me if you come across an undefined acronym not listed on the attached sheet.
Attached are several letters I received from the CIA during my 2006 and 2008 recruitment process with the Agency. I cannot provide detailed commentary due to the nature of the National Clandestine Service’s recruitment process and the secrecy surrounding NCS recruitment without CIA Publication Review Board (PRB) approval. If anyone is interested in more information on NCS’s recruitment process, please comment on my blog and I will write a long post and submit to PRB for approval.
CIA and ODNI share the Dulles Discovery Center (DD1 and DD2, they recently completed a new building on-site) in Northern Virginia. CIA’s Applicant Operations Center, polygraph testing center and the Security Center’s Special Activities Staff are located at this site. ODNI staff emailed me this color map from after I received a Conditional Offer of Employment for an intelligence analyst position with the ODNI following my CIA termination. CIA security blocked my ODNI testing when I arrived for my appointment in Summer 2011. CIA has blocked all positions I have tried to obtain since my termination from CIA employment.