August 15, 2005
New Documents on Intelligence Czar
The National Security Archive has posted an updated collection of reports, studies, commentaries, and other material concerning the issue of exactly how much authority should be vested with the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), the nation's top intelligence official. The Archive's previous posting in December 2004 provided historical context for the congressional and public debate over intelligence reform proposals that included establishing an intelligence czar. The newly released memoranda, directives, letters, and studies document the road that began with attempts to enhance the authority of the Director of Central Intelligence and has ended with the creation of a DNI.
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