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National Intelligence Strategy, 2005

Published October 1, 2005

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National Intelligence Strategy, 2005

This document puts forth a new ten-point national intelligence strategy that addresses the security objectives laid out in the National Security Strategy. It recognizes the need for better unification of the intelligence community, stating "our strategy is to integrate, through intelligence policy, doctrine, and technology, the different enterprises of the Intelligence Community."

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