The National Intelligence Management Council [video]
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In this viewpoints, Anthony Vassalo, Chair of the National Intelligence Management Council (NIMC), discusses how the Council supports the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in organizing and prioritizing issues for the 17 agencies comprising the Intelligence Community. Intelligence Managers at the Council specialize in geographic areas and topical issues, such as cyber security or finance. Their work may involve briefing decision -makers on breaking events at a world hot spot in the morning to planning budget priorities for 10 years out during the afternoon. The Council seeks to attain unity of effort in addressing cross-agency issues of the IC.
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