The federal polygraph training academy, known as the National Center for Credibility Assessment, says it has operated in the unclassified domain for virtually its entire existence. The academy, established in 1951, is now being asked by the Defense Intelligence Agency to keep much of what it does secret.
The federal polygraph training academy, known as the National Center for Credibility Assessment, says it has operated in the unclassified domain for virtually its entire existence. The academy, established in 1951, is now being asked by the Defense Intelligence Agency to keep much of what it does secret. Kansas City Star/MCT
The federal polygraph training academy, known as the National Center for Credibility Assessment, says it has operated in the unclassified domain for virtually its entire existence. The academy, established in 1951, is now being asked by the Defense Intelligence Agency to keep much of what it does secret. Kansas City Star/MCT

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