The U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence released this report in 2008. The foreward states,
"Last year, with the support of the National Counterintelligence Policy Board, my Office published and the President approved a substantially revised National Counterintelligence Strategy. We have reviewed the Strategy again this year, as Congress requires, and have determined that our objectives remain valid for the coming year. We have made minor adjustments of emphasis in our discussion of the objectives, in particular regarding cyber counterintelligence, and the President has approved it as proposed. Continuity in strategy, planning, and execution is important because we face continuous threats that evolve, but rarely change radically, from year to year. The counterintelligence community will, therefore, continue to implement these objectives and will build on the progress achieved in 2007.
In the past year, the President recognized the strategic importance of counterintelligence by revising the definition of counterintelligence in Executive Order 12333 to reflect the full range of its capabilities. In 2007 and early 2008, we also saw significant progress in the way we operate as a community. For example, to execute our statutory integration function more effectively, my Office has developed more sophisticated measures of supply chain risk – that is, the risk that sensitive procurements may have been tampered with in ways that reduce security. Based on these measures and on more vigorous linkage between this Office and our colleagues throughout the Intelligence Community, we have begun to achieve greater uniformity in the way the community as a whole deals with this risk. On another front, we have taken the lead with the FBI in crafting the counterintelligence section of the President’s Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative. We have also re-engineered the process by which we conduct damage assessments when intelligence compromises occur. Each of these steps represents concrete progress in transforming strategic goals into operational reality. In the coming year, we will continue to implement these and other steps and will pay particular attention to a welcome initiative by the Secretary of Defense to bring new capabilities and enhanced strategic coherence to defense counterintelligence."