intelligence-related activities

intelligence-related activities

Those activities outside the consolidated defense intelligence program that: respond to operational commanders' tasking for time-sensitive information on foreign entities; respond to national intelligence community tasking of systems whose primary mission is support to operating forces; train personnel for intelligence duties; provide an intelligence reserve; or are devoted to research and development of intelligence or related capabilities. (Specifically excluded are programs that are so closely integrated with a weapon system that their primary function is to provide immediate-use targeting data.)
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Second, the concept of what constitutes "national security" is broad and evolving and is not limited to military- or intelligence-related activities or the acquisition of export-controlled technology.
The House intelligence committee is responsible for authorizing "intelligence and intelligence-related activities of all .
That the US government is continuously revisiting the control and oversight of intelligence and intelligence-related activities is evident from the promulgation of the Intelligence Authorisation Act, FY 2006.
This book is not concerned with the organisations or the rank and file but with 'some of those unusual personalities whose intelligence-related activities reflected broader concerns about the safety of the empire and British interests'.
The United States is committed to the exploration and use of outer space by all nations for peaceful purposes for the benefit of humanity purposes that allow defense and intelligence-related activities in pursuit of national security goals.
In addition, the CI manager is also the CCIU security manager, coordinating intelligence-related activities for CCIU personnel.
The service can also verify addresses and phone numbers as part of any Web registration service or e-commerce service so that all future business intelligence-related activities are based on accurate and complete data.
The Clinton Administration released total appropriations figures for intelligence and intelligence-related activities for fiscal years 1997 and 1998, but subsequently such numbers have not been made public.
However, according to this argument, a failure to confront changed realities may result in substantial waste of the $27+ billion now invested in intelligence and intelligence-related activities.
Making some of these changes may not save money, and may even require budgetary enhancements; according to this argument, a failure to confront changed realities may result in substantial waste of the $27+ billion now invested in intelligence and intelligence-related activities.
Authorizing Appropriations for FY2002 for Intelligence and Intelligence-Related Activities of the United States Government, the Community Management Account of the Director of Central Intelligence, and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System.
Enhances intelligence and intelligence-related activities in the prevention of terrorism.

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