National intelligence director to evaluate CIA missions

By Greg Miller (LA TIMES) Nov 17, 2009 — Sensitive CIA operations overseas will face new scrutiny from the nation’s intelligence director under a plan approved by the White House and outlined in a memo to the espionage workforce last week.

The move marks an attempt by Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair to assert greater authority over clandestine operations at a time of mounting bureaucratic frictions between the CIA and Blair’s office.

via National intelligence director to evaluate CIA missions — latimes.com.

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