Intelligence agencies get new rules, Director gets more control

WASHINGTON -  The rules governing U.S. intelligence agencies have been…

WASHINGTON –  The rules governing U.S. intelligence agencies have been revised in an effort to strengthen the authority of the national intelligence director.  Executive Order 12333, issued by President Bush Thursday, will direct the intelligence community to produce more accurate and insightful intelligence by forcing greater information exchange between the 16 agencies nationwide.

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