Have you seen the story, for the first time in the agency's history, nearly half the CIA is female. Now, five out of the eight top positions in the CIA are occupied by women -- including the job of Deputy Director.
I'm not one to beat the problems of "male privilege" into the ground but the CIA and the spy business has to be a great example of needing a woman's view. Women aren't perfect in figuring out why men do things but they are real close. Plus women are each other's worst critic which speaks well for added benefits to the system.
I'm biased of course but if there was ever a place where a woman's basic intuitive instincts are needed is in the CIA. The spy agency's next step would be to hire true hybrid transgender women and men who have ideas of both sides of the gender fence.