The official said Alexander's decision has "nothing to do" with the leaks by former government contractor Edward Snowden, which unveiled new details about federal surveillance programs and sparked a public backlash against the agency.
Alexander, who took the helm of the NSA in 2005, is the longest serving director in agency history.
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