Top-secret cafeteria complaints from inside the CIA
Some of the complaints include Russian menus and grapeless Jazz Salad.
MCLEAN, Va.—Ever wonder what secrets lie in the Central Intelligence Agency’s cafeteria? Of course you have.
It turns out that some of the nation’s top intelligence officers are aggressively insisting on quality control in their office cafeteria. Thanks to a 2010 Freedom of Information Act request recently surfaced by the open-source FOIA experts at MuckRock, we now have a rare glimpse into what exactly life is like in Langley.
The FOIA request was for the “feedback” messages sent by CIA’s employees to cafeteria managers; the messages received in the government’s 2011 response were as good as you would expect. Names are, of course, redacted.