S. Hrg. 107-1086: Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, Hearings before the Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. Senate, and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, House of Representatives, Volume II, October 1, 3, 8, and 17, 2002 [open pdf - 8MB]
From the opening statement of Bob Graham: "This is the sixth open hearing by our committees as we consider our joint inquiry into the Intelligence Community's performance regarding the September 11 tragedies. During the course of our investigation, we have considered questions about the sharing of information among the major parts of our intelligence community, the CIA [Central Intelligence Agency], NSA [National Security Agency] and the FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigation], as well as between law enforcement and the intelligence components, particularly of the FBI. Today we will focus on several other aspects of information sharing. One is the sharing of information between the principal elements of the Intelligence Community and a range of Federal agencies, such as the Federal Aviation Administration and the Immigration and Naturalization Service, which are important users of intelligence information and which also may generate intelligence information of use to others. A second issue is the sharing of intelligence information between the Federal Government and State or local governments as well as parts of the private sector." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Louis Andre, James Gilmore III, Joseph Greene, Eleanor Hill, Claudio Manno, Edward T. Norris, Francis X. Taylor, Spencer Abraham, David M. Walker, Lowell E. Jacoby, Robert C. Norris, Jr., Lee H. Hamilton, Frederick Hitz, William E. Odom, William Webster, George Tenet, Kie Fallis, Louis Freeh, Paul R. Pillar, Warren Rudham, Mary Jo White, Bruce Hoffman, Michael V. Hayden, Robert Mueller, James R. Clapper, Bob Graham, Lowell E. Jacoby, and Carl Levin.
S. Hrg. 107-1086; Senate Hearing 107-1086
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