National Intelligence Council


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National Intelligence Council

An organization within the U.S. intelligence community that prepares and presents information on world events to the U.S. president and other, relevant leaders. It leads the preparation of National Intelligence Estimates and prepares a Global Briefing every four years for each incoming President. It also serves as a hub for answering government leaders' questions. It was established in 1979.
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