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noun U.S. Government.
an independent agency, created in 1953 and known from 1978 to 1982 as the International Communication Agency, that administers the government's overseas information and cultural programs. Abbreviation: USIA
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United States Information Agency

A federal agency responsible for spreading information favorable to the United States around the world.

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