Office of the Director of National Intelligence

2005

 

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Public Affairs Office. "Establishment of the National Clandestine Service (NCS)." ODNI News Release No. 3-05. Washington, DC: 13 Oct. 2005. [http://www.dni.gov/]

On 13 October 2005, the DNI and the DCIA "announced the President's approval of the establishment of the National Clandestine Service (NCS) within the CIA. The new Director of the NCS will report directly to the Director of the CIA and will work with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to implement all of the DNI's statutory authorities.... The NCS will serve as the national authority for the integration, coordination, deconfliction, and evaluation of human intelligence operations across the entire Intelligence Community, under authorities delegated to the Director of the CIA who serves as the National HUMINT Manager."

[CIA/Components/DO/NCS; DNI/05]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Public Affairs Office. "National Intelligence Strategy." ODNI News Release No. 4-05. Washington, DC: 26 Oct. 2005. Available at: http://www.dni.gov/publications/NISOctober2005.pdf.

On 26 October 2005, the DNI "released The National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America, a publication that establishes the strategic objectives for the Intelligence Community." Vulture, "Vulture's Row," NIPQ 22.1 (Jan. 2006), comments that the document seems to be "really more direction to his staff [emphasis in original] than an action road-map."

[DNI/05]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Public Affairs Office. "ODNI Announces Establishment of National Counterproliferation Center (NCPC)." ODNI News Release No. 9-05. Washington, DC: 21 Dec. 2005. [http://www.dni.gov/]

On 21 December 2005, DNI John D. Negroponte announced "the formal establishment of the DNI National Counterproliferation Center (NCPC). The NCPC will coordinate strategic planning within the Intelligence Community (IC) to enhance intelligence support to United States efforts to stem the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and related delivery systems."

On 8 August 2005, "Negroponte appointed Ambassador Kenneth C. Brill to be the Director of the NCPC as well the Counter Proliferation Mission Manager.... In his capacity as Mission Man[a]ger, Ambassador Brill serves as the principal advisor to the DNI on issues and matters relating to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction."

[DNI/05]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Public Affairs Office. "ODNI Announces Establishment of Open Source Center." ODNI News Release No. 6-05. Washington, DC: 8 Nov. 2005. [http://www.dni.gov/]

On 8 November 2005, DNI John D. Negroponte and DCIA Porter J. Goss announced the creation of the DNI Open Source Center.

[DNI/05; DNI/OSC]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Public Affairs Office. "ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Position." ODNI News Release No. 8-05. Washington, DC: 20 Dec. 2005. [http://www.dni.gov/]

"The Senate recently confirmed ... Dale W. Meyerrose[] to be the first Associate Director of National Intelligence and Chief Information Officer for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). As the Intelligence Community's Chief Information Officer, Meyerrose's responsibilities will be to align information technology to support national intelligence community capabilities."

[DNI/05]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Public Affairs Office. "ODNI Announces Senior Leadership Positions." ODNI News Release No. 5-05. Washington, DC: 31 Oct. 2005. [http://www.dni.gov/]

Ambassador Eric Boswell is named Assistant Deputy Director for Security in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Management. In that position, he "is responsible for developing clear, uniform, Intelligence Community-wide security standards and practices governing such issues as access to facilities, electronic access to systems and databases, and clearance of personnel."

Mark Ewing is named Principal Assistant Deputy Director in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Customer Outcomes. He served as DIA Deputy Director from 2000 to 2005; and, from 1996 to 2000, he was Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Department of the Army.

Shishu Gupta is named Associate Deputy Director for Systems Engineering and Information Integration in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Collection. In that position, he "is responsible for establishing a Community-wide view of current and future technical collection requirements, standards, and business processes and for integrating information and processes of existing systems."

Melvin Heritage is named Assistant Deputy Director and Senior Acquisition Executive in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Management. In that position, he "will exercise primary oversight of Intelligence Community system development."

Charlotte Martinsson is named Assistant Deputy Director for Intelligence Capability Requirements in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Customer Outcomes. In that position, she "is responsible for managing the intelligence capability requirements process to support national intelligence needs."

Captain Ronald Rice, USN., is named Assistant Deputy Director for Customer Support in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analysis. In that position, he "works with the analytic community in understanding policymakers' most important requirements and in prioritizing analytic output."

Mark Roth is named Assistant Deputy Director for the National Intelligence Priorities Framework in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Customer Outcomes. In that position, he "is responsible for managing the NIPF [National Intelligence Priorities Framework], the DNI's mechanism for translating national foreign intelligence priorities into specific guidance for the Intelligence Community."

Dr. Michael Wertheimer is named Assistant Deputy Director and Chief Technology Officer in the Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analysis. In that position, he "will oversee the coordination of Intelligence Community efforts to bring increased depth and accuracy to analysis through technology."

[DNI/05]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Public Affairs Office. "Senior Leadership Positions Announced." ODNI News Release No. 7-05. Washington, DC: 7 Dec. 2005. Available at: http://www.fas.org/irp/news/2005/12/odni120705.html.

Eliot A. Jardines, Assistant Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Open Source, "is responsible for developing strategic direction, establishing policy and managing fiscal resources for open source exploitation for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)."

Alexander W. Joel, Civil Liberties Protection Officer, is responsible for "ensuring that the protection of privacy and civil liberties are appropriately incorporated in Intelligence Community policies and procedures, overseeing compliance by the ODNI with privacy and civil liberties laws, and ensuring that the use of technology sustains, and does not erode, privacy."

Theresa Everett, Associate Deputy Senior Acquisition Executive and ODNI Procurement Executive, "is responsible for the formulation of Intelligence Community procurement policy and oversight of Intelligence Community-wide procurement activities."

[DNI/05 & OSC/05; OpenSource/05]

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