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  1. Rex 84: United States, Continuity of Government, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, United States Secret Service
  2. Robert Gates: United States Secretary of Defense, Central Intelligence Agency, United States National Security Council, United States Air Force, James Baker
  3. National Reconnaissance Office: Chantilly, Virginia, United States Intelligence Community, Spy Satellite, Central Intelligence Agency, United States Department of Defense
  4. Authorizing appropriations for fiscal year 2000 for the intelligence activities of the United States government and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement ... accompany S. 1009) (SuDoc Y 1.1/5:106-48) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1999
  5. Authorizing appropriations for fiscal year 1997 for the intelligence activities of the United States government and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement ... accompany S. 1718) (SuDoc Y 1.1/5:104-258) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1996
  6. Authorizing appropriations for fiscal year 1996 for the intelligence activities of the United States government and the Central Intelligence Agency retirement ... (to accompany S. 922) (SuDoc Y 1.1/5:104-97) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1995
  7. Authorizing appropriations for fiscal year 2001 for the intelligence activities of the United States government and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement ... accompany S. 2507) (SuDoc Y 1.1/5:106-279) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 2000
  8. Authorizing appropriations for fiscal year 1998 for the intelligence activities of the United States government and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement ... (to accompany S. 858) (SuDoc Y 1.1/5:105-24) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1997
  9. Authorizing appropriations for fiscal year 1993 for intelligence activities of the United States government and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement ... accompany S. 2991) (SuDoc Y 1.1/5:102-407) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1992
  10. Authorizing appropriations for fiscal year 1999 for the intelligence activities of the United States government and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement ... accompany S. 2052) (SuDoc Y 1.1/5:105-185) by U.S. Congressional Budget Office, 1998
  11. The 2002 CIA World Factbook by United States Central Intelligence Agency, 2004-08-01
  12. Religious Freedom Peace Tax Fund Act: United States Congress, Conscientious Objection to Military Taxation, United States Department of Defense, Central Intelligence Agency
  13. William J. Casey: Director of Central Intelligence, United States Intelligence Community, Central Intelligence Agency, Secret Intelligence Branch, Richard Nixon, Steven Derounian
  14. Creating the Secret State: The Origins of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1943-1947 by David F. Rudgers, 2000-06

81. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Titles > 1
Central Intelligence Agency Keywords Authors U United States. Central Intelligence Agency; Titles 1 ; Subject Economic history and conditions.

82. Princeton University Library | E-journals
Explorer). Browse by Society United States. Central Intelligence Agency Studies in Intelligence 1992+. Click Below to Select a Society St

83. Central Intelligence Agency. The New Dictionary Of Cultural Literacy, Third Edit
Central Intelligence Agency. An Agency of the United States government, responsible for coordinating informationgathering activities outside the United States
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84. Terror Acts By Baghdad Have Waned, US Aides Say
5 — The Central Intelligence Agency has no evidence that Iraq has engaged in terrorist operations against the United States in nearly a decade, and the
Terror Acts by Baghdad Have Waned, U.S. Aides Say New York Times, February 6, 2002 By JAMES RISEN The officials said they believe that the last terrorist operation tried by Iraq against the United States was the assassination attempt against the first President Bush during his visit to Kuwait in 1993. That plot was disrupted before it could be carried out. American intelligence officials believe that Mr. Hussein has been reluctant to use terrorism again for fear of being detected. George J. Tenet, the C.I.A. director, is to testify Wednesday before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to review the global threat. During his appearance, his first before Congress since Sept. 11, Mr. Tenet is likely to be asked about a wide range of terrorism issues, including Iraq. Since Sept. 11, there has been widespread speculation about possible Iraqi links to the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, based largely on reports of a meeting in Prague between Mohamed Atta, a leader of the hijacking teams, and an Iraqi intelligence officer. The reports about that meeting have been the subject of intense analysis and debate within the American intelligence community, and some officials even questioned whether the meeting took place. Now senior American intelligence officials have concluded that the meeting between Mr. Atta and the Iraqi officer, Ahmed Khalil Ibrahim Samir al-Ani, did take place. But they say they do not believe that the meeting provides enough evidence to tie Iraq to the Sept. 11 attacks.

85. United States Senator Dianne Feinstein
a Director of National Intelligence (DNI) to lead the all segments of the Intelligence Community and a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (DCIA) to
Senator Feinstein Announces Legislation to Reorganize
U.S. Intelligence Community
June 7, 2002
Washington, DC - U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today announced legislation to be introduced next week to reorganize the nation's intelligence programs.
"This legislation is a critical step toward creating a truly functional intelligence community where vital information does not fall through the cracks," Senator Feinstein said. The bill would separate the current position of Director of Central Intelligence (currently held by one individual, who both runs the CIA and the intelligence community as a whole) into two positions: a "Director of National Intelligence" (DNI) to lead the all segments of the Intelligence Community and a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (DCIA) to serve as head of the CIA. The following is a statement by Senator Feinstein:
"Whatever the other lessons of the inquiry into the September 11 th attacks, one thing is perfectly clear, as President Bush himself has declared, we need to better coordinate our intelligence and anti-terrorism efforts.

86. Central Intelligence Agency --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia Online Article
Previous US , The United States from Intelligence The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was created in September 1947. The CIA news&ct=

87. George Tenet, Director Of Central Intelligence, Role Profiles, The United States
The Central Intelligence Agency is an independent Agency accountable to the President of the United States and subject to Congressional oversight, but remains
The United States and the Middle East
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George Tenet, Director of Central Intelligence
C. Ryan Nash
Javier Santos Fraga
Stewart Michael Jackson
George Tenet
Director of Central Intelligence
George Tenet is the Director of Central Intelligence for the United States
of America. He was born on January 5, 1953 in New York but has spent most
of his life in Maryland. He is married to A. Stephanie Glakas-Tenet and has
one son, John Michael. Tenet received a Bachelor’s degree from the
Georgetown School of Foreign Service in 1976 and a Master’s in International Affairs from Columbia University in 1978. George Tenet became Deputy Director of Central Intelligence in July of 1995 and became Acting Director in December of 1996 when John Deutch left. On July 11, 1997, Tenet was sworn in as Director of Central Intelligence by a

88. Central Intelligence Agency (
This is Central Intelligence Agency, a United States bureaucracy. It is part of United States Government Bureaucracies, which is
Central Intelligence Agency Sources
Events Related To Central Intelligence Agency
Week of
Sep 19 There were reports that former CIA director John Deutch, who was recently accused of downloading classified CIA material (including information about covert operations) to his personal, unsecured computer, also violated security rules by downloading classified material when he worked at the Pentagon Week of
Jan 23 President Clinton pardoned 140 criminals , including Patty Hearst, a revolutionary; his brother Roger, who had a fondness for cocaine ; and former CIA director John Deutch, who found it difficult to leave classified information in the George Bush Center for Intelligence. Week of
Sep 11 Osama bin Laden , the famous CIA -trained terrorist , quickly became the prime suspect as federal authorities identified the hijackers, many of whom had been in the United States for years, learning to fly big jets in Florida Week of
Sep 25 Newly released CIA documents revealed that the agency once trained cats to operate as spies equipped with listening devices. The first such spy cat was run over by a taxi.

89. NTI: Source Documents
and WMD Threat to the United States Through 2015 to the Threat Reduction Agency, Global Challenges for Statement by Director of Central Intelligence George J
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To access documents published by nongovernmental organizations, see the Nongovernmental Documents section
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updated March 1, 2004 George Tenet, Director of Central Intelligence, " The Worldwide Threat 2004: Challenges in a Changing Global Context ," Testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, February 24, 2004. George Tenet, Director of Central Intelligence, " Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction ," Remarks at Georgetown University, February 5, 2004. Stuart Cohen, National Intelligence Council, "

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91. Regional, North America, United States, Government, Agencies, Independent: Centr
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Official site links to each directorate as well as to attorney employment, listserv signup, FAQ, a virtual tour, the CIA
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92. Why War? Keywords: Central Intelligence Agency
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is the United States foreign Intelligence Agency, responsible for obtaining and analysing information about foreign
Why War? Is there any need to stress that it is the tried tactic of covertly repressive systems not to harass the protesting fringe?
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93. 99-4016 -- Schwarz V. Central Intelligence Agency -- 05/25/1999
in garnering Central Intelligence Agency records is to locate and rescue her husband, who she believes is wrongfully incarcerated in the United States for her
Keyword Case Docket Filed ... Added (12431 bytes) (8616 bytes) UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS TENTH CIRCUIT BARBARA SCHWARZ Plaintiff-Appellant v.
No. D. Utah (D.Ct. No. 97-CV-85-B ORDER AND JUDGMENT Before BRORBY EBEL , and LUCERO , Circuit Judges. After examining the briefs and appellate record, this panel has determined unanimously that oral argument would not materially assist the determination of this appeal. See Fed. R. App. P. 34(a)(2); 10th Cir. R. 34.1(G). The case is therefore ordered submitted without oral argument. Appellant Barbara Schwarz appeals pro se We have reviewed the record de novo , s ee Montero v. Meyer , 13 F.3d 1444, 1446 (10th Cir.), cert. denied , 513 U.S. 888 (1994), and find no reversible error. Under Federal Rule of Evidence 201, we take judicial notice of the fact Ms. Schwarz is a German citizen and are unpersuaded by her contention that she knows she is a United States citizen because she remembers being born here. Moreover, an examination of Ms. Schwarz's pleadings reveals they are purely frivolous and follow a recurring pattern of similarly unsuccessful FOIA actions filed by her against several other federal agencies, and at least two other actions against the United States Postal Service. In addition, Ms. Schwarz previously filed thirty-five frivolous petitions with the United States Supreme Court, prompting it to bar her from filing any prospective noncriminal filings with that Court. See Schwarz v. National Sec. Agency

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  • 95. NGA: GNS The United States Board On Geographic Names
    The United States Board on Geographic Names (BGN) is spellings within the 50 States and in the FNC come from the Central Intelligence Agency, the Departments
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    The United States Board on Geographic Names
    The United States Board on Geographic Names (BGN) is the interagency board established by public law to standardize geographic name spellings for use in U.S. Government publications. The BGN was first established in 1890 by an executive order issued by President Benjamin Harrison. The Board was reestablished in its present form by Public Law 80-242 passed by Congress in 1947. Overall responsibility for the work of the Board is in the hands of the Secretary of the Interior. The work of the Board is funded out of the normal operating expenses of the agencies involved, and members of the BGN and its committees receive no additional remuneration for their service. The work of the BGN is carried primarily out by two of its standing committees: the Domestic Names Committee (DNC) and the Foreign Names Committee (FNC). The DNC works closely with State geographic names boards and with interested agencies, groups, and individuals to standardize placename spellings within the 50 States and in U.S. possessions. The DNC does not actively name features but prescribes overall policy and assists in the resolution of geographic name disputes. Members of the DNC come from the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, and the Interior, the Government Printing Office, the Library of Congress, and the U.S. Postal Service. Staff support for the DNC comes from the U.S. Geological Survey. The FNC is concerned with the development of standard placename spellings for features outside the U.S. and its territories. The FNC relies heavily on native mapping, census reports, official bulletins, and other foreign material to collect and standardize foreign geographic names for use by U.S. Government agencies. In cooperation with its British counterpart, the Permanent Committee on Geographical Names for British Official Use, the FNC has developed systems for the conversion of non-Roman writing systems (e.g., Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic) to Roman script in order to convert non-Roman-script geographic names to Roman-script forms in a consistant manner. Members of the FNC come from the Central Intelligence Agency, the Departments of Defense and State, and the Library of Congress. Staff support for the FNC is provided by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

    96. Memorandum Prepared In The Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, January 19,
    State, FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE United States, 19611963, Volume X, Cuba, 1961-1962. Washington, January 19, 1961. //Source Central Intelligence Agency, DDO/LA
    Memorandum Prepared in the Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, January 19, 1961. (Planning an invasion of Cuba)
    Source: U.S., Department of State, FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES , 1961-1963, Volume X, Cuba, 1961-1962 Washington, January 19, 1961. //Source: Central Intelligence Agency, DDO/LA/COG Files: Job 82-00679R, Box 3, Special Group Mtgs-Cuba. Secret; Eyes Only. No drafting information is given. SPECIAL GROUP MEETINGSCUBA 19 January 1961 1. Mr. Willauer presented the highlights of a paper/1/ which he had prepared following meetings of the special contingency planning group. He concluded that several major aspects of the overall plan require clarification or further decision, citing the following: (a) the use of U.S. air bases for strikes before and after D-Day, (b) staging of the invasion force, possibly from the U.S., (c) specific action, including timing, to get support of other Latin American countries, (d) how and when to recognize a provisional government, (e) the possibility of having to provide considerably more overt support than originally planned. /1/Reference is to a memorandum from Ambassador Willauer to Under Secretary of State Merchant dated January 18. For text, see the Supplement.

    97. Preface
    Ms. Betsy QuintMoran (United States) Strategic Assessments Group, Office of Transnational Issues, Central Intelligence Agency. Dr
    A. Conference Participants
    Dr. Jon B. Alterman (UNITED STATES)
    Middle East Program Officer, United States Institute of Peace Professor Kim V. Andersen (DENMARK)
    Department of Informatics, Copenhagen Business School Dr. Robert H. Anderson (UNITED STATES)
    Senior Information Scientist and Head, Information Sciences Group, RAND Professor Vallampadugai S. Arunachalam (INDIA)
    Dr. Tora Kay Bikson (UNITED STATES)
    Senior Behavioral Scientist, RAND Mr. Taylor Boas (UNITED STATES)
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Professor Paul Bracken (UNITED STATES)
    School of Management, Yale University Mr. Clinton C. Brooks (UNITED STATES)
    Corporate Knowledge Strategist, National Security Agency Professor Eric Brousseau (FRANCE)
    Centre ATOM, Universite de Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne Professor William Caelli (AUSTRALIA)
    School of Data Communications, Queensland University of Technology Mr. Colin Crook (UNITED STATES) Senior Fellow, Wharton School; Former Senior Technology Officer, Citibank Dr. James Dewar (UNITED STATES) Senior Mathematician, RAND

    98. WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources--U.S. Government Informatio
    the United States. There is a helpful international Statistical Agencies page that links statistical agencies of many countries. • Central Intelligence Agency
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    99. The Central Intelligence Agency: A Brief History Of Basic Intelligence - World P
    Intelligence authorities resolved that the United States should never again be caught unprepared. Joint Intelligence. The Central Intelligence Agency.
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