Reports: NSA Director To Step Down In 2014

National Security Agency Director Gen. Keith Alexander will step down in the spring, a Pentagon spokeswoman told The Hill.

The official told The Hill that Alexander’s decision “nothing to do” with details about the NSA’s spying practices leaked to the press by Edward Snowden.

Reuters reports that Alexander will resign by March or April and that his deputy, John Inglis, will also step down by the end of 2014.