Director of Central Intelligence


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Noun1.Director of Central Intelligence - the head of the United States Intelligence Community and director of the Central Intelligence Agency
administrator, executive - someone who manages a government agency or department
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Meyer, founder and president of Storm King Press, served as Special Assistant to the Director of Central Intelligence and Vice Chairman of the CIA's National Intelligence Council during the Reagan Administration.
John Deutch was director of central intelligence and deputy secretary of defense in the first Clinton administration.
General James Jones was accompanied by Director of Central Intelligence Leon Panetta, U.
Following his retirement from the Air Force in 1969, General Thomas served on the staff of the Director of Central Intelligence and as a consultant in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
On 9 November 1970, Henry Kissinger, on behalf of the US National Security Council, wrote the following "Top Secret, Sensitive Eyes Only" National Security Decision Memorandum 93 to the American secretary of state, secretary of defence; director, Office of Emergency Preparedness, and the director of Central Intelligence.
Helms in question was Richard Helms, the director of central intelligence during Watergate and a zealous guardian of his agency.
After retiring in 1985, Major General Einsel was selected by the Director of Central Intelligence to serve as a consultant to firms involved in chemical, biological, and nuclear matters of interest to the United States.
The Act established a DNI (along with a separate Director of the CIA) and provided him with additional authorities beyond those that the former Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) had over all intelligence agencies.
Bush's father and then served as director of central intelligence, will be to bring home to the president how desperate the situation has become in Iraq and to see that the war's conduct from here on is dictated by reality, not ideology.
Bush's newly-appointed Director of Central Intelligence.
Was the President of the United States implicitly encouraging the director of Central Intelligence to order the harsh treatment of a prisoner?
The crowd quickly warmed as Woolsey began his speech with a story - maybe even true - about the first time he flew on a vacation trip after taking over as director of Central Intelligence.

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