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.
(153) Director of Central Intelligence, The Acquisition of Technology Relating to Weapons of Mass Destruction and Advanced Conventional Munitions, July--December 1996, Washington, DC, June 1997.
Her unique and extensive resume includes tenures as the deputy undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, deputy director of Naval Intelligence, and as a coordinator of intelligence community activities for the director of Central Intelligence. With her experience and proven track record, I have no doubt that she will lead this organization to ever greater success in the very near term.
On May 23, Director of Central Intelligence Richard Helms presented Johnson with the CIA's assessment that Israel could "defend successfully against simultaneous Arab attacks on all fronts ...
Jones and Director of Central Intelligence Agency Leon Panetta here at the President House.
George Tenet's tenure as Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) was marked throughout by controversy, so it is no surprise that his memoirs face more of the same.
Government can plausibly disclaim any responsibility for them." It also established a committee to vet these operations, composed of representatives of the Secretaries of State and Defense, and the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI).
Also, don't miss the interview with Jim Woolsey, the former Director of Central Intelligence who advocates strongly for America to break its oil addiction.
Deutch, a former director of central intelligence and deputy secretary of defense who is now a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
"One of the things that kept the Cold War scary," Robert Gates, a former director of Central Intelligence, recalled, "was the lack of understanding on each side of the mentality of the other." Milt Bearden, a key figure in the CIA's Soviet operations, responded more pithily when I asked him what he thought had been the West's greatest intelligence failure during the Cold War: "We didn't realize just how f***ing scared Soviet leaders were of us!"
This MOU was promulgated by a Director of Central Intelligence memorandum as cover to the MOU signed by Attorney General Ashcroft, 4 March 2003; Director of Central Intelligence Tenet, 4 March 2003; and Secretary of Homeland Security Ridge, 28 February 2003.

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