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ODNI Unveils Consolidated, Mobile-Friendly Website

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has consolidated the websites of organizations under its purview into one domain in efforts to provide organized content to the public through a single online location.

ODNI said Tuesday the new DNI.gov combines websites for the National Counterterrorism Center, National Counterintelligence and Security Center and the Intelligence Community Chief Human Capital Office’s Joint Duty Program.

“The new DNI.gov blends our efforts to be more transparent about our intelligence integration mission with improved technologies that provide a more consistent, flexible and secure experience for our visitors,” said Michael Thomas, chief of strategic communications at ODNI.

The consolidated domain utilizes a unified, open source content management system, a redesigned and mobile-friendly interface and connection through the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure protocol.

ODNI noted the legacy domains for NCTC.gov, NCSC.gov and ICJointDuty.gov are still functional but will redirect visitors to the corresponding webpage on the new DNI.gov website.

It added the website will continue to get feature and content updates over the next months.

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