Once CIA, Always CIA: Files Reveal Many ‘Retired’ Agents Still Work for Agency
Many former US Central Intelligence Agency staff join the Signa Society upon retirement – little public information is available on the group, although declassified files indicate many of its members still “contribute significantly” to Agency operations.
The SIGNA Society is the US Central Intelligence Agency’s almost unacknowledged employee society, comprised of retired Agency security officers.
In public terms, SIGNA may as well not exist — its LinkedIn page lists no actual information of the group, merely linking to its website, and offering a post office box number in the contact section. It has one listed employee on the social network.
Its website is similarly scant on information, with most content hidden from non-members. However, its landing page states the site is “designed for a select group of federal retirees.”