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Congress Oversees The United States Intelligence Community 1947 1994

Author : Frank John Smist
ISBN : 087049841X
Genre : Political Science
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Preparing For The 21st Century

Author : Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community
ISBN : 0788131796
Genre : Intelligence service
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A comprehensive review of U.S. Intelligence. The result of a 12 month study; testimony was taken from 84 witnesses and an additional 200 people were interviewed. Covers: the role of intelligence; the need for policy guidelines; the need for a coordinated response to global crime; the CIA; improving intelligence analysis; military intelligence; space reconnaissance and the management of technical collection; international cooperation; cost of intelligence; accountability and oversight, and more. Evolution of the U.S. intelligence community, an historical overview.

The U S Intelligence Community

Author : Jeffrey T Richelson
ISBN : 9780429973956
Genre : Political Science
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The role of intelligence in US government operations has changed dramatically and is now more critical than ever to domestic security and foreign policy. This authoritative and highly researched book written by Jeffrey T. Richelson provides a detailed overview of America's vast intelligence empire, from its organizations and operations to its management structure. Drawing from a multitude of sources, including hundreds of official documents, The US Intelligence Community allows students to understand the full scope of intelligence organizations and activities, and gives valuable support to policymakers and military operations. The seventh edition has been fully revised to include a new chapter on the major issues confronting the intelligence community, including secrecy and leaks, domestic spying, and congressional oversight, as well as revamped chapters on signals intelligence and cyber collection, geospatial intelligence, and open sources. The inclusion of more maps, tables and photos, as well as electronic briefing books on the book's Web site, makes The US Intelligence Community an even more valuable and engaging resource for students.

The Us Intelligence Community

Author : Jeffrey Richelson
ISBN : 0813343623
Genre : Political Science
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From the author of The Wizards of Langley, this definitive survey of the US intelligence community is now fully updated with new material

Eyes On Spies

Author : Amy B. Zegart
ISBN : 9780817912864
Genre : Political Science
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Amy Zegart examines the weaknesses of US intelligence oversight and why those deficiencies have persisted, despite the unprecedented importance of intelligence in today's environment. She argues that many of the biggest oversight problems lie with Congress—the institution, not the parties or personalities—showing how Congress has collectively and persistently tied its own hands in overseeing intelligence.

Analytic Culture In The Us Intelligence Community

Author : Rob Johnston
ISBN : UOM:39015064810446
Genre : Ethnology
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The U S Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook

Author : Andrew M. Borene
ISBN : 1604429798
Genre : Law
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For the first time under one cover, The U.S Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook is your complete guide to U.S intelligence community source material, including relevant federal statutes, intelligence authorization acts, executive orders, attorney general and the director of national intelligence guidelines, and proposed significant legislation in the U.S. intelligence community.

Overview Of The U S Intelligence Community For The 111th Congress

Author : Dennis C. Blair
ISBN : 9781437915648
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Contents: U.S. Intelligence Org. Profiles: (1) Program Managers: Office of the Dir. of National Intelligence; Central Intelligence Agency; Defense Intelligence Agency; Fed. Bureau of Invest.; Nat. Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; Nat. Reconnaissance Office; Nat. Security Agency; (2) Departmental Components: DoJ Drug Enforcement Admin. (DEA), Office of Nat. Security Intelligence; Dept. of Energy Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence; Dept. of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis; Dept. of State Bur. of Intelligence and Research; Dept. of the Treasury Office of Intelligence and Analysis; (3) Service Components: Army; Navy; Air Force; Marine Corps; Coast Guard; (4) IC Legislative Affairs Offices.

The U S Intelligence Community

Author : Mark M. Lowenthal
ISBN : 9781317971030
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Directors Of Central Intelligence As Leaders Of The U S Intelligence Community 1946 2005

Author : Douglas F. Garthoff
ISBN : 1612343651
Genre : Political Science
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President Harry Truman created the job of director of central intelligence (DCI) in 1946 so that he and other senior administration officials could turn to one person for foreign intelligence briefings. The DCI was the head of the Central Intelligence Group until 1947, when he became the director of the newly created Central Intelligence Agency. This book profiles each DCI and explains how they performed in their community role, that of enhancing cooperation among the many parts of the nation's intelligence community and reporting foreign intelligence to the president. The book also discusses the evolving expectations that U.S. presidents through George W. Bush placed on their foreign intelligence chiefs. Although head of the CIA, the DCI was never a true national intelligence chief with control over the government's many arms that collect and analyze foreign intelligence. This limitation conformed to President Truman's wishes because he was wary of creating a powerful and all-knowing intelligence chief in a democratic society. After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Congress and President Bush decided to alter the position of DCI by creating a new director of national intelligence position with more oversight and coordination of the government's myriad programs. Thus this book ends with Porter Goss in 2005, the last DCI. Douglas Garthoff's book is a unique and important study of the nation's top intelligence official over a roughly fifty-year period. His work provides the detailed historical framework that is essential for all future studies of how the U.S. intelligence community has been and will be managed.

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