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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She was vice chair of the National Intelligence Council from 1997 to 2002.
In a better world, it might be possible to contemplate the possibility that Charles "Chas" Freeman saw his nomination to be chair of the National Intelligence Council (NIC) scuttled owing to his insensitivity to the issue of human rights in China.
Freeman, a former ambassador to Saudi Arabia, withdrew his nomination for chairman of the National Intelligence Council earlier this month, saying the
president of the Middle East Policy Council, has been recalled to government service and has accepted the post of chairman of the National Intelligence Council.
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ambassador to Saudi Arabia, as chairman of the National Intelligence Council.
looked like a poor choice to chair the Obama administration's National Intelligence Council.
But the National Intelligence Council said the Saudi kingdom has sought to avoid such a role.
You will by now have seen the statement by Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair reporting that I have withdrawn my previous acceptance of his invitation to chair the National Intelligence Council.
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