Posted on 24 February, 2011 by Mathias Vermeulen
For Fiscal Year 2012, “The aggregate amount of appropriations requested for the National Intelligence Program is $55 billion,” according to a February 14 ODNI news release. The new disclosure was required by the FY2010 intelligence authorization act
(sec. 364). That legislation permitted an optional Presidential waiver of disclosure if necessary on national security grounds, but no waiver was asserted. The Office of the DNI is being reduced in size and budget,” DNI Clapper said
Secrecy news has more intelligence related CRS reports:
“Director of National Intelligence Statutory Authorities: Status and Proposals,” January 12, 2011.
“Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Acquisition: Issues for Congress,” January 20, 2011.
“Intelligence Authorization Legislation: Status and Challenges,” January 20, 2011.
“Satellite Surveillance: Domestic Issues,” January 13, 2011.
“The National Intelligence Council: Issues and Options for Congress,” January 10, 2011.
“Intelligence Estimates: How Useful to Congress?”, January 6, 2011.
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