Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Monday announced new steps intended to cut down on leaks after a furious backlash from Congress.

The most significant measure is adding a new question to polygraph tests used by intelligence agencies, which will ask officials whether they have disclosed classified information to members of the media, said Shawn Turner, a spokesman for Clapper.

Clapper is also asking for a review of policies across the intelligence community to examine how officials report contact with members of the press. He will consider changes if the agencies are inconsistent or insufficient, Turner said.