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Topic - Susan Strednansky
Men and women at the Defense Intelligence Agency were given some odd fashion tips about making themselves more attractive around the office.
"It was an informal event that an employee put together, a briefing on How to Dress for Success," she added.
"I'm not going to deny that it exists, and it was bad. It was inappropriate for sure," Susan Strednansky, public affairs officer at DIA, told U.S. News. "Neither the agency nor the leadership has condoned anything that was in that briefing."