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  • Nsa The National Security Agency
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    FBI The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the principal investigative arm of the United States Department of Justice. Title 28, United States Code, Section 533, which authorizes the Attorney General to "appoint officials to detect... crimes against the United States", and other federal statutes give the FBI the authority and responsibility to investigate specific crimes. At present, the FBI has investigative jurisdiction over violations of more than 200 categories of federal crimes. The B...
  • Intelligence Agencies
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    Although the cold war has ended and the Soviet Union has disbanded, there is still a need of intelligence collection for the United States. Finding itself as the leader of the rest of the world, the United States must prepare to identify problems as they arise, the earlier the detection, the more likelihood for success. With any one intelligence agency having too much information, problems could arise; therefore, it is imperative to keep a close watchful eye on these agencies to ensure that pers...
  • Intelligence From Cia Officers
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    CIA: The Black Sheep of the US Government Thinking in the philosophical terms of "good" and "evil", nothing purely "good" can survive without the slightest taint of "evil", and vice-versa. The same standard exists for everything. Just as you cannot always succeed by being purely honest, a government cannot hold itself together without committing it's own personal rights and wrongs. The United States of America has protected its residents well in the past, and kept the appearance of a mild innoce...
  • My Agency Analysis On The Cia
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    Erik Nicholson Political Science 201 Agency Analysis) I chose to do my agency analysis on the CIA. There are various reasons that I chose this particular agency. Perhaps, the most important reason for my choice is due to the fact that it seems that this is one of the most vague agencies that taxpayers fund. For as little as the general public knows about the CIA, it is a very common subject to come up in conversation. Questions and concerns about the CIA emerge in conversation much more often th...
  • Cia Intelligence
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    The Central Inteligence Agency The CIA is one of the U.S. foreign agencies, responsible for getting and analyzing information about foreign government, corporations, individuals, and reporting such information to the various branches of the U.S. government. The State Department's Bureau or intelligence and research and the Defense Department's defense intelligence agency comprise the other two. Its headquarters is in Langley, Virginia, across the Potomac River from D.C. The Agency, created in 19...
  • Same Investigation As Your Agency
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    One way to overcome hurdles is to persist in sharing. The easiest intelligence to report to your seniors is received from a creditable source. The same rules should apply for your intelligence product. If some other agency is doing the same investigation as your agency and there is no worry about compromising your investigation, then your intelligence should be disseminated to them. This will encourage them to share what products they have built in other investigations with your office. One of t...
  • Defense Intelligence Agency
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    History of the Defense Intelligence Agency Bradley Barnes SS 110: World History Dr. Valerie Adams April 18, 2005 History of the Defense Intelligence Agency In the years following World War II, there were many turf battles fought between the intelligence agencies of the United States. The Central Intelligence Agency, which was created in 1947 with the passing of the National Security Act, won the initial battles. This agency had won both legislative status and budget authority and was to make rec...
  • Soviet Intelligence
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    Agencies of the United States When World War II in Europe finally came to an end on May 7, 1945, a new war was just beginning. The Cold War: denoting the open yet restricted rivalry that developed between the United States and the Soviet Union and the irrespective allies, a war fought on political, economic, and propaganda fronts, with limited recourse to weapons, largely because of fear of a nuclear holocaust. This term, The Cold War, was first used by presidential advisor Bernard Baruch during...
  • One Government Intelligence Agency
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    With today's every-growing national debt, there is a way to decrease spending to save the United States a great deal of money: Combine all the intelligence agencies into one. Although it may be more convenient to have many different intelligence assets in the form of organizations, there is really no need for more than one government intelligence agency. The Central Intelligence Agency is the heart of all-source fusion from the different intelligence disciplines and should remain. With the CIA a...
  • Law Enforcement Intelligence Agencies
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    19 April 2002 PROBLEMS, SOLUTIONS, AND FUTURE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE The use of intelligence within law enforcement intelligence agencies is not always perfect. There may be a way to safeguard against the misuse of intelligence processes to assure proper use it at all times, but it has not yet been discovered. The only way that agencies can try and control the misuse of intelligence is to study the historical failures of the past. It is of most important to protect United States citizen...
  • Central Intelligence Agency Act
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    In October 1945, the OSS was abolished, and its functions were transferred to the State and War Departments. The need for a postwar centralized intelligence system remained a problem. Eleven months earlier, Donovan, at the time a major general had submitted to President Roosevelt a proposal that called for the separation of the OSS from the Joint Chiefs of Staff with the new organization having direct Presidential supervision. Donovan proposed an organization which will procure intelligence both...
  • Director Of The National Security Agency
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    "Any sound that Winston made, above the level of a very low whisper, would be picked up by it... There was of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment... You had to live- did live, from habit that became instinct- in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard and, except in darkness, every moment scrutinized". George Orwell, 1984 Throughout history, every civilization depends on its ability to read the others cards, in other words, from ancient Gree...
  • Central Intelligence Agency's Foreign Intelligence
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    On September 11 2001, a blow to the solidarity and security of our nation occurred the likes that it had not felt in over fifty years. There is not an American alive that will ever forget the tragedy that happened, all of us that can remember that day will always know exactly where and what we were doing when it happen. I was a Intelligence Analyst for the United States Marine Corps sitting at my desk watch the events unfold, all I could think of is how could this happen, and could we have preve...

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