National Security Directive 67: Intelligence Capabilities-1992-2005   [open pdf - 120KB]

Alternate Title: NSD 67: Intelligence Capabilities-1992-2005

"The NSR-29 assessment of intelligence requirements and capabilities through 2005 is complete. Policy requirements for intelligence support have changed markedly in the past year and more change is inevitable. The priorities reflect a general consensus among policy departments and agencies. A summary of the 1992-2005 requirements is attached. I approve the NSR-29 requirements as a basis for resource management and production priorities. They should be reviewed periodically to ensure continuing relevance to the dynamic world situation and consonance with policy objectives. The DCI's recommendation to reallocate resources in FY 1993 and beyond is also approved. I expect additional changes will be recommended in the future, and I encourage a continued strong correlation of resource allocation and policy requirements for intelligence."

Report Number:NSD 67; National Security Directive 67
Publisher:United States. White House Office
Copyright:Public Domain
Retrieved From:George Bush Presidential Library: http://bushlibrary.tamu.edu/
Media Type:application/pdf
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