United States Intelligence Community (IC) 100 Day Plan for Integration and Collaboration   [open pdf - 223KB]

"To confront today's threats, exemplified by the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, the United States has made many changes in the way we conduct intelligence, law enforcement, homeland security, diplomatic, and defense activities. Drawing on in-depth studies-such as the 9/11 Commission Report, the WMD Commission Report, internal Executive Branch reviews and reports by both houses of Congress-the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (IRTPA) was enacted to improve our effectiveness alongside several Executive Orders aimed at providing specific Administration direction. Significant progress has been made in enhancing the effectiveness of the Intelligence Community. Much more, however, must be accomplished to counter today's threats effectively. To serve better the nation and our principal customers-from the President, the Congress, and the warfighter to state and local authorities-the IC must become more agile and effective by enhancing integration and collaboration. This 100 Day Plan builds on the foundation established by the National Intelligence Strategy (NIS). The initiatives contained herein map to the strategic objectives-both mission and enterprise-addressed in the NIS. The 100 Day Plan represents specific initiatives and tasks to be accomplished according to the priorities of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). The goal of the 100 Day Plan is to demonstrate short-term progress and build momentum for integration and transformation across the Community. This plan will be followed by the drafting of a 500 Day Implementation Plan that aligns and synchronizes on-going and planned activities not included in the initial 100 day plan."

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