L. Britt Snider

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Person.png L. Britt Snider History CommonsRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Member of9-11/Joint Congressional Inquiry

Employment.png Inspector General of the Central Intelligence Agency

In office
August 3, 1998 - January 22, 2001
Preceded byDawn Ellison
Succeeded byRebecca Donegan


Worked in the CIA as Inspector General of the Central Intelligence Agency.

9/11 Joint Congressional Inquiry

Full article: 9-11/Joint Congressional Inquiry

Snider took part in the 9-11/Joint Congressional Inquiry, but resigned after less than three months. The LA Times claimed that "congressional sources confirmed that Snider was forced out amid growing concerns with his management of the investigation ranging from the tone of his leadership to his personnel decisions. Several sources said Snider's resignation was sparked by troubling questions that surfaced in recent weeks about whether one or more of his hires lacked clearances to view classified material. There were also complaints about Snider's perceived reluctance to cause trouble for his former colleagues at the CIA."[1]


Wrote The Agency and the Hill.


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