Former Bush administration Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) and ex-Rep. Porter Goss (R-Fla.) appears to have created a Twitter account.

Goss served as DCI then the first CIA director after the DCI position was abolished after the 2004 intelligence reform act. The ex-congressman presided over the agency during a time of transition and eventually resigned in 2006.

Though the account has not been verified by Twitter, it appears to be authentic.

83 Twitter users currently follow Goss and his Twitter bio links to his personal website. Under the handle @PorterGoss, the former CIA agent first tweeted this weekend, sharing news articles about the Justice Department's current CIA interrogation probe.

Goss follows 129 people, including several lawmakers and conservative commentators.