Accession Number : AD1021222

Title :   Intelligence Community Programs, Management, and Enduring Issues

Descriptive Note : Technical Report

Corporate Author : Congressional Research Service Washington United States

Personal Author(s) : Miles,Anne D

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Report Date : 08 Nov 2016

Pagination or Media Count : 74

Abstract : Congresss and the American publics ability to oversee and understand how intelligence dollars are spent is limited by the secrecy that surrounds the intelligence budget process. Yet, total spending on the Intelligence Community (IC) programs discussed in this report equates to approximately $70 billion dollarsroughly 10% of national defense spending. This report is designed to shed light on the IC budgetin terms of its programs, management, and enduring issuesusing unclassified materials available in the public domain.

Descriptors :   intelligence community (united states) , national security , surveillance , intelligence collection , intelligence cycle , united states government , counterterrorism , public administration , unified combatant commands , department of homeland security , federal budgets , foreign relations , international organizations , MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND CONTROL

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE