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Week 11 Understanding Homeland Security Class Central Intelligence Agency power point presentation.

Week 11 Understanding Homeland Security Class Central Intelligence Agency power point presentation.

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  • 1. The Central Intelligence Agency
  • 2. Organizational Structure of the CIA
  • 3. Leadership Director John O. Brennan has been in office Since March 8, 2013 •Nominated by the President •Advice and Consent of the Senate •Controls the Budget •Controls all operations •In Charge of all personnel employed
  • 4. Mission  “Preempt threats and further US national security objectives by collecting intelligence that matters, producing objective all-source analysis, conducting effective covert action as directed by the President, and safeguarding the secrets that help keep our Nation safe (cia.gov)”.
  • 5. Brief History  Original Department was the Office of Strategic Services (OSS).  Created By President Franklin Roosevelt in 1942  Created to assist the military in gathering intelligence during World War II  Two months after WWII, OSS was abolished and all intelligence duties were returned to the Department of State and Defense.  President Truman established the Central Intelligence Group in January of 1946 with the authority of Presidential Representative, Secretaries of State, War and Navy  (allgov.com) Seal of OSS Soldiers Insignia
  • 6. National Security Act of 1947  Signed by President Truman July, 26 1947  Established the National Security Council  Authorized Central Intelligence Agency  CIA would be independent Agency (meaning not headed by a cabinet member)  CIA would perform analysis and clandestine activities  They do not have police, subpoena, law enforcement powers.  (cia.gov)
  • 7. Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention ACT  December 17, 2004  President Bush ○ Abolished Director of Central Intelligence and Deputy Director  Created the Director of the CIA - Also created Director of National Intelligence
  • 8. The Components  Intelligence  National Clandestine Service  Science and Technology  Support The CIA is composed of four components, four departments that enable to work of the CIA
  • 9. Intelligence  Employees called “Analyst”  Anticipate  Assess rapid international developments and their impact  Protect US interests with classified information Who they are and what they do…
  • 10. Intelligence  Established 1952  Study and find all information of any topic or topics related to National Security to advise the president and other policy makers
  • 11. Offices of Intelligence  Crime and Narcotics Center  Weapons, Intelligence, Nonproliferation, and Arms Control Center  Counterintelligence Center and Analysis Group  Office of Asian Pacific, Latin American, and African Analysis  Office of Collection Strategies and Analysis  Office of Corporate Resources  Office of Iraq Analysis  Office of Near Eastern and South Asian Analysis  Office of Policy Support  Office of Russian and European Analysis  Office of Terrorism Analysis  Office of Transnational Issues
  • 12. Clandestine Service  “The mission of the National Clandestine Service is to Strengthen National Security and foreign policy through the clandestine collection of human intelligence and Covert Action (cia.gov).”  Collects intelligence worldwide
  • 13. Science and Technology  “The mission of the Science and Technology is to attack national intelligence problems with effective targeting, bold technology, and superb trade craft. It creates, adapts, develops, and operates technical collection systems and applies enabling technologies to the collection, processing, and analysis of information (cia.gov).”
  • 14. Support “First in First out”  To provide all available resources for the entire source of the CIA to successfully complete its mission(s).  Key Support functions  Security  Supply Chains  Facilities  Financial and Medical services  Ensure evacuation and end of mission
  • 15. The World Fact Book  The CIA maintains a website to provide all citizens with as much unclassified information on the 267 nations, countries, and entities.  History  People  Government, Military, Economy  Communications, Transportation
  • 16. Overview  Collects information using other humans directly or technology  Analysis information of foreign based lands and groups  By the order of the President may conduct covert missions  In place to secure the national security interests of the United States government and citizens.
  • 17. References  https://www.cia.gov/about- cia/leadership/ciaorgchart.jpg/image.jpg  https://www.cia.gov/about-cia/todays-cia  https://www.cia.gov/offices-of- cia/mission-support/life-in-the-ds.html  http://www.allgov.com/departments/inde pendent-agencies/central-intelligence- agency-cia?agencyid=7293  https://www.cia.gov/about-cia