|Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)|
Lead body for collecting foreign intelligence.
|Congressional Intelligence Documents|
US Congressional Debates, Hearings, and Reports on US Intelligence.
|Director of Central Intelligence (DCI)|
The DCI heads the US Intelligence Community and also directs the Central Intelligence Agency.
The Federation of American Scientists page on intelligence. Includes information on the community, IMINT, COMINT, and HUMINT. Intelligence Community reform is also discussed.
|IC21: The Intelligence Community in the 21st Century|
A Congressional study of the management and requirements of the American intelligence community.
|Intelligence Resource Program|
Federation of American Scientists have collected news, reports, documents, and web resources related to the US intelligence organizations, reform, oversight.
|National Intelligence Council (NIC)|
Unclassified website which contains reports on new and emerging national security issues and transnational threats.
|National Security Agency|
The National Security Agency provides COMINT (Communications Intelligence) to the Department of Defense and other customers. Site includes the National Cryptological Museum, job opportunities, INFOSEC section, FOIA information and released documents.
Maintained by The Intelligence Network, this is a high traffic list dedicated to the open sharing of any and all open source intelligence.
|President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB)|
Provides advice to the President concerning the quality and adequacy of intelligence collection, of analysis and estimates, of counterintelligence, and of other intelligence activities.
|Research Solution, Inc.|
Private organization offering competing services; staffed by intelligence community veterans; offers intelligence related services, consulting and planning.
|The Espionage Act|
Enacted by the 65th U.S. Congress on June 15, 1917.
|United States Intelligence Community|
Pathfinder on finding print and online research resources about and by American intelligence organizations. Includes topics such as agency background, bibliographies, indexes, journals, oversight, declassified documents.
|US National Security Council (NSC)|
The President's principal forum for considering national security and foreign policy matters with his senior national security advisors and cabinet officials.