With the amendment of the Freedom of Information Act of 1974, the gradual publication of government agency documents began. Today, many thousands of scans of intelligence documents can be viewed in the CIA’s Electronic Reading Room. There are now over 2,400 entries for the search term Remote Viewing (released 1997–2017, status 12/2020), which show the development, research and application of the method as well as individual session protocols.
The US federal agencies, including the CIA and later the DIA, participated in the remote viewing project from 1972 to 1995. During this time, the activity of the small group was supported with a total of 20 million dollars, before the project was officially discontinued after more than 24 years with a rather flimsy reason. After that, many of the previously secret files were made publicly available. We assume that the application of the method will be continued in other secret service projects in the meantime – there is of course no official comment.