December 19, 2005
Intelligence Information Not Shared with Congress Identified
In a Dec. 14, 2005 memorandum to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the Congressional Research Service discusses the role Congress plays as a consumer of national intelligence information and provides a descriptive list of some of the U.S. Intelligence Community’s principal intelligence products, including an identification of those which the executive branch routinely shares with Congress, and those which it does not.
Mark Giangrande, DePaul Law Library
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