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DIRECTION, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITH RESPECT TO THE NATIONAL

INTELLIGENCE EFFORT

National Security Council

13675)

NSC Policy Review Committee

(36751

NSC Special Coordination Committee

(5675)

National Foreign Intelligence Board

(3676)

National Intelligence Tasking Center,

(3677]

The Director of Central Intelligence

36771

Senior Officials of the Intelligence Community

136791

The Central Intelligence Agency

(3680)

The Department of State

[3681)

The Department of the Treasury

136811

The Department of Defense

(3681)

Intelligence Components Vulized by the Secretary of Defense

19682)

The Department of Energy

(3684)

The Federal Bureau of Investigation

36841

The Drug Enforcement Administration

(3684]

RESTRICTIONS ON INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES

Adherence to Law

(3684)

Restrictions on Certain Collection Techniques

(3685

General Provisions

(3685)

Electronic Surveillance

(36851

Television Cameras and Other Monitoring

13685)

Physical Searches

136851

Mail Surveillance

3685)

Physical Surveillance

(3645)

Undisclosed Participation in Domestic Organizations

(3686)

Collection of Nonpublicly Available Information

36861

Additional Resincuons and Limitations

(3687)

Tax Information

(3687)

Restrictions on Experimentation

13687)

Restrictions on Contracting

(36871

Restrictions on Personnel Assigned to Other Agencies

136871

Prohibition on Assassination

13687]

Resinctions on Special Activities

(3687]

Restrictions on Indirect Participation in Prohibited Activities

(3688)

Restrictions on Assistance to Law Enforcement Authoritics

(3688)

Permissible Assistance to Law Enforcement Authorities

3688)

Permissible Dissemination and Storage of Information

136881

OVERSIGHT OF INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATIONS

Intel

sight Board

(3688)

Insy

veral and General Counsel

(36891

Ant

(36891
Congr.. gence Committees

(36891

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Implementation

(3690)

Definitions

(3690)

FEDERAL REGISTER, VOL 43, NO. 11—THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1971

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SECTION 1
DIRECTION, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITH RESPECT TO THE NATIONAL

INTELLIGENCE EFFORT
1-1. National Security Council

1-101. Purpose. The National Security Council (NSC) was established by
the National Security Act of 1947 to advise the President with respect to the
integration of domestic, foreign, and military policies relating to the national
security. The NSC shall act as the highest Executive Branch entity that provides
review of, guidance for, and direction to the conduct of all national foreign
intelligence and counterintelligence activities.

1-102. Committees. The NSC Policy Review Committee and Special Coor-
dination Committee; in accordance with procedures established by the Assistant
to the President for National Security Affairs, shall assist in carrying out the
NSC's responsibilities in the foreign intelligence field.
1-2. NSC Policy Review Commillee.

1-201. Membership. The NSC Policy Review Committee (PRC), when car-
rying out responsibilities assigned in this Order, shall be chaired by the Director
of Central Intelligence and composed of the Vice President, the Secretary of
Scale, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of Defense, the Assistant to
the President for National Security Affairs, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, or their designees, and other senior officials, as appropriate.

1-202. Duties. The PRC shall:
(a) Establish requirements and priorities for national foreign intelligence;

(b) Review the National Foreign Intelligence Program and budget pro-
posals and report to the President as to whether the resource allocations for
intelligence capabilities are responsive to the intelligence requirements of the
members of the NSC

(c) Conduct periodic reviews of national foreign intelligence products,
evaluate the quality of the intelligence product, develop policy guidance to
ensure quality intelligence and to meet changing intelligence requirements; and

(d) Submit an annual report on its activities to the NSC.
1-203. Appeals

. Recommendations of the PRC on intelligence matters may
be appealed to the President or the NSC by any member of PRC.
1-3. NSC Special Coordination Committee.

1-301. Membership. The NSC Special Coordination Committee (SCC) is
chaired by the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and its
membership includes the statutory members of the NSC and other senior
officials, as appropriate.

1-502. Special Activities. The SCC shall consider and submit to the President a policy recommendation, including all dissents, on each special activity. When meeting for this purpose, the members of the SCC shall include the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, the Attorney General, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Director of Central Intelligence.

1-303. Sensitive Foreign Intelligence Collection Operations. Under standards established by the President, proposals for sensitive foreign intelligence collection operations shall be reported to the Chairman by the Director of Central Intelligence for appropriate review and approval. When meeting for the purpose of reviewing proposals for sensitive foreign intelligence collection operations,

Certain technical terms are defined in Section 4-2.

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THE PRESIDENT
the members of the SCC shall include the Secretary of State, the Secretary of
Defense, the Attorney General, the Assistant to the President for National
Security Affairs, the Director of Central Intelligence, and such other members
designated by the Chairman to ensure proper consideration of these operations.

1-304. Counterintelligence. The SCC shall develop policy with respect to the
conduct of counterintelligence activities. When meeting for this purpose the
members of the SCC shall include the Secretary of State, the Secretary of
Defense, the Attorney General, the Director of the Office of Management and
Budget, the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, the Chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Director of Central Intelligence, and the
Director of the FBI. The SCC's counterintelligence functions shall include:

(a) Developing standards and doctrine for the counterintelligence activities of the United States;

(b) Resolving interagency differences concerning implementation of counterintelligence policy:

(c) Developing and monitoring guidelines consistent with this Order for the maintenance of central records of counterintelligence information;

(d) Submilling to the President an overall annual assessment of the relative threat to United States interests from intelligence and security services of foreign powers and from international terrorist activities, including an assessment of the effectiveness of the United States counterintelligence activities; and

(e) Approving counterintelligence activities which, under such standards as may be established by the President, require SCC approval.

1-305. Required Membership. The SCC shall discharge the responsibilities assigned by sections 1-302 through 1-304 only after consideration in a meeting at which all designated members are present or, in unusual circumstances when any such member is unavailable, when a designated representative of the member attends.

1-306. Additional Duties. The SCC shall also:

(a) Conduct an annual review of ongoing special activities and sensitive national foreign intelligence collection operations and report thereon to the NSC; and

(b) Carry out such other coordination and review activities as the President

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1-307. Appeals. Any member of the SCC may appeal any decision to the
President or the NSC.
14. National Foreign Intelligence Board:

1-401. Establishment and Duties. There is established a National Foreign
Intelligence Board (NFIB) io advise the Director of Central Intelligence con.
cerning

(a) Production, review, and coordination of national foreign intelligence;
(b) The National Foreign Intelligence Program budget;
(c) Interagency exchanges of foreign intelligence information;
(d) Arrangements with foreign governments on intelligence matters;
(e) The protection of intelligence sources and methods;
(1) Activities of common concer; and
(g) Other matters referred to it by the Director of Central Intelligence.

1-402. Membership. The NFIB shall be chaired by the Director of Central
Intelligence and shall include other appropriate officers of the CIA, the Office of
the Director of Central Intelligence, the Department of State, the Department of
Defense, the Department of Justice, the Department of the Treasury, the
Department of Energy, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the offices within the
Depariment of Defense for reconnaissance programs, the National Security
Agency and the FBI. A representative of the Assistant to the President for
National Security Affairs may attend meetings of the NFIB as an observer.

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THE PRESIDENT
1-403. Restricted Membership and Observers. When the NFIB meets for the
purpose of section 1-401(a), it shall be composed solely of the senior intelli-
gence officers of the designated agencies. The senior intelligence officers of the
Army, Navy and Air Force may attend all meetings of the NFIB as observers.
1-5. Kational Intelligence Tasking Center.

1-501. Establishment. There is established a National Intelligence Tasking
Center (NITC) under the direction, control and management of the Director of
Central Intelligence for coordinating and tasking national foreign intelligence
collection activities

. The NITC shall be staffed jointly by civilian and military
personnel including designated representatives of the chiefs of each of the
Department of Defense intelligence organizations engaged in national foreign
intelligence activities. Other agencies within the Intelligence Community may
also designate representatives.
1-502. Responsibilities

. The NITC shall be the central mechanism by which
the Director of Central Intelligence:

(a) Translates national foreign intelligence requirements and priorities developed by the PRC into specific collection objecuives and targets for the Intelligence Community;

(b) Assigns targets and objectives to national foreign intelligence collection organizations and systems;

(c) Ensures the rimely dissemination and exploitation of data for national foreign intelligence purposes gathered by national foreign intelligence collec. tion means, and ensures the resulting intelligence flow is routed immediately to relevant components and commands;

(d) Provides advisory tasking concerning collection of national foreign intelligence to departments and agencies having information collection capabilities or intelligence assets that are not a part of the National Foreign Intelligence Program. Particular emphasis shall be placed on increasing the contribution of departments or agencies to the collection of information through overt means.

1-503. Resolution of Conflicts. The NITC shall have the authority to resolve
conflicts of priority. Any PRC member may appeal such a resolution to the PRC;
pending the PRC's decision, the tasking remains in effect.

1-504. Transfer of Authority. All responsibilities and authorities of the Direc.
tor of Central Intelligence concerning the NITC shall be transferred to the
Secretary of Defense upon the express direction of the President. To maintain
readiness for such transfer, the Secretary of Defense shall, with advance
agreement of the Director of Central Intelligence, assume temporarily during
regular practice exercises all responsibilities and authorities of the Director of
Central Intelligence concerning the NITC.
1-6. The Director of Central Intelligence.

1-601. Duties. The Director of Central Intelligence shall be responsible
directly to the NSC and, in addition to the duties specified elsewhere in this
Order, shall

(a) Act as the primary adviser to the President and the NSC on national foreign intelligence and provide the President and other officials in the Executive Branch with national foreign intelligence;

(b) Be the head of the CIA and of such staff elements as may be required for discharge of the Director's Intelligence Community responsibilities;

(c) Act, in appropriate consultation with the departments and agencies, as the Intelligence Community's principal spokesperson to the Congress, the news media and the public, and facilitate the use of national foreign intelligence products by the Congress in a secure manner;

(d) Develop, consistent with the requirements and priorities established by the PRC, such objectives and guidance for the Intelligence Community as will

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enhance capabilities for responding to expected future needs for national foreign intelligence;

(e) Promote the development and maintenance of services of common concern by designated foreign intelligence organizations on behalf of the Intelligence Community;

(1) Ensure implementation of special activities;

(g) Formulate policies concerning intelligence arrangements with foreign governments, and coordinate intelligence relationships between agencies of the Intelligence Community and the intelligence or internal security services of foreign governments;

(h) Conduct a program to protect against overclassification of foreign intelligence information;

(i) Ensure the establishment by the Intelligence Community of common security and access standards for managing and handling foreign intelligence systems, information and producıs;

(1) Participate in the development of procedures required to be approved by the Attorney General governing the conduct of intelligence activities;

(k) Establish uniform criteria for the determination of relative priorities for the transmission of critical national foreign intelligence, and advise the Secretary of Defense concerning the communications requirements of the Intelligence Community for the transmission of such intelligence;

(1) Provide appropriate intelligence to departments and agencies not within the Intelligence Community, and

(m) Establish appropriate committees or other advisory groups to assist in the execution of the foregoing responsibilities.

1-602. National Foreign Intelligence Program Budget. The Director of Central Intelligence shall, to the extent consistent with applicable law, have full and exclusive authority for approval of the National Foreign Intelligence Program budget submitced to the President. Pursuant to this authority:

(2) The Director of Central Intelligence shall provide guidance for program and budget development to program managers and heads of component activities and to department and agency heads;

(b) The heads of departments and agencies involved in the National Foreign Intelligence Program shall ensure timely development and submission to the Director of Central Intelligence of proposed national programs and budgets in the format designated by the Director of Central Intelligence, by the program managers and heads of component activities, and shall also ensure that the Director of Central Intelligence is provided, in a timely and responsive manner, all information necessary to perform the Director's program and budget respons sibilities;

(c) The Director of Central Intelligence shall review and evaluate the national program and budget submissions and, with the advice of the NFIB and the departments and agencies concerned, develop the consolidated National Foreign Intelligence Program budget and present it to the President through the Office of Management and Budget;

(d) The Director of Central Intelligence shall present and justify the National Foreign Intelligence Program budget to the Congress;

(e) The heads of the departments and agencies shall, in consultation with the Director of Central Intelligence, establish rates of obligation for appropriated funds;

(0The Director of Central Intelligence shall have full and exclusive authority for reprogramming National Foreign Intelligence Program funds, in accord with guidelines established by the Office of Management and Budget, but shall do so only after consultation with the head of the department affected and appropriate consultation with the Congress;

FEDERAL REGISTE, VOL 4, NO. 1R-THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1971

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