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Congressional Testimonies - 2007

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Dec. 6: House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement for the Record by Donald Kerr, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence - 500 Day Plan


Sept. 25: Senate Committee on the Judiciary
Statement for the Record by Mike McConnell, Director of National Intelligence - FISA & the Protect America Act


Sept. 20: House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement for the Record by Mike McConnell, Director of National Intelligence - FISA & the Protect America Act


Sept. 18: House Judiciary Committee
Statement for the Record by Mike McConnell, Director of National Intelligence - FISA & the Protect America Act


Sept. 10:
- Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs

Transcript - "Confronting the Terrorist Threat to the Homeland: Six Years After 9/11"

- Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
Statement for the Record by Mike McConnell, Director of National Intelligence & VADM Redd (Ret.), Director of the National Counterterrorism Center


Aug. 1:
- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Transcript - Hearing on the Nomination of Dr. Donald M. Kerr as Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence

- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement by Dr. Donald M. Kerr on his nomination as Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence


July 25: House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence & House Armed Services Committee
Statement for the Record by Mr. Edward Gistaro, National Intelligence Officer/Transnational Threats Office of the Director of National Intelligence & Mr. Michael Leiter Principal Deputy Director National Counterterrorism Center


July 11:
- Transcript: House Armed Services Committee

Global Security Assessment

- House Armed Services Committee
Statement for the Record by Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analysis & Chairman of the National Intelligence Council, Dr. Thomas Fingar to the House Armed Services Committee - Global Security Assessment


May 1
- Transcript: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Proposed FISA Modernization

- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement for the Record by Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence - FISA Modernization


Feb. 27:
- Transcript: Senate Armed Services Committee

Annual Threat Assessment to the Senate Armed Services Committee

- Senate Armed Services Committee
Statement for the Record by Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell to the Senate Armed Services Committee


Feb. 1:
- Transcript: Confirmation Hearing of Mr. Mike McConnell (DNI Nominee)
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Opening Statement by Mr. Mike McConnell on his nomination as Director of National Intelligence


Jan. 23:
- Transcript: Progress on Intelligence Reform

Progress on Intelligence Reform to Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement for the Record by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence


Jan. 18:
- Transcript: Annual Threat Assessment

Annual Threat Assessment to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

- House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement for the Record by Director of National Intelligence John D. Negroponte to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence


Jan. 11:
- Transcript: Annual Threat Assessment
Annual Threat Assessment to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement for the Record by Director of National Intelligence John D. Negroponte to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

Congressional Testimonies - 2006

Thursday, May 18, 2006

May 18:
- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Transcript of the Hearing on the nomination of General Michael V. Hayden, USAF, to be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency

- Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Prepared Opening Statement by General Hayden


Feb. 28: Statement to the Senate Armed Services Committee
Annual Threat Assessment of the Director of National Intelligence


Feb. 2: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement by the Director of National Intelligence John D. Negroponte to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Congressional Testimonies - 2005

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Nov. 8: Statement for the Record

Remarks by Mr. John A. Russack Program Manager Information Sharing Environment Office of the Director of National Intelligence


July 28: House Permanent Select Committee Subcommittee on Oversight
Remarks by General Michael V. Hayden Before House Permanent Select Committee Subcommittee on Oversight

DNI Clapper's As Delivered Remarks at the 2016 INSA & AFCEA Intelligence & National Security Summit

Thursday, September 08, 2016
When I was president of SASA, the predecessor to INSA in the 1990s, I tried to promote a combined symposium with AFCEA, but I could never pull it off. This event now marks the third year in a row for this joint summit. So I want to congratulate everyone who is involved in both organizations, AFCEA and INSA, in putting these things on, and now they're becoming a custom. So it proves that over time, things do change. But I think we can safely say it's an idea whose time has really come and that you've made it stick.
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DNI Clapper's as Delivered Remarks at the IC Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity Leadership Summit

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Today marks an interesting and very American anniversary, a 1935 event that, in 2010, Sports Illustrated called, “The Greatest 45 Minutes Ever in Sports.” I’m betting most people around our nation have never heard of it. Any guesses?  Eighty-one years ago, today, at the 1935 Big Ten Track and Field Championships, in the span of about 45 minutes, Jesse Owens first tied the world record in the 100-yard dash and then broke world records in the long jump, the 220-yard dash, and the 220 low hurdles.
 
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