Is the Office of Intelligence and Analysis Adequately Connected to the Broader Homeland Communities? Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Intelligence, Information Sharing, and Terrorism Risk Assessment of the Committee on Homeland Security, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, Second Session, September 29, 2010   [open pdf - 242KB]

From the opening statement of Jane Harman: "The subcommittee is meeting today to receive testimony on the question: Is the Office of Intelligence and Analysis--called I&A--Adequately Connected to the Broader Homeland Communities? […] Today's hearing will focus on I&A's relationships with other parts of DHS [Department of Homeland Securtiy], the other headquarters elements that need intelligence to carry out their own missions. We want to know how you are communicating and sharing information with the Science and Technology Directorate, the National Operations Center, and the National Programs and Protection Directorate, among others. Are your relationships with these entities adequate and are you performing as a leader in a constellation of parts of DHS that need intelligence to carry out their missions? Is intelligence adequately shared so that I&A accurately analyzes and produces timely and useful threat information about terror targets and tactics to its customers?" Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Michael T. McCaul, Bennie G. Thompson, Laura Richardson, Caryn A. Wagner, and Jane Harman.

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