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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
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The [[National Security Act of 1947]], as amended, establishes the '''Joint Intelligence Community Council''' ('''JICC'''), which consists of the [[Director of National Intelligence]] ([[DNI]]) (chair), [[Secretary of State]], [[Secretary of the Treasury]], [[Secretary of Defense]], [[U.S. Attorney General]], [[Secretary of Energy]], and [[Secretary of Homeland Security]].
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The [[National Security Act of 1947]], as amended, establishes the '''Joint Intelligence Com- munity Council''' ('''JICC'''), which consists of the [[Director of National Intelligence]] ([[DNI]]) (chair), [[Secretary of State]], [[Secretary of the Treasury]], [[Secretary of Defense]], [[U.S. Attorney General]], [[Secretary of Energy]], and [[Secretary of Homeland Security]].
   
 
The JICC advises the [[DNI]] on establishing requirements, developing budgets, and managing financial matters; assists the [[DNI]] in [[monitor]]ing and evaluating the performance of the [[Intelligence Community]] ([[IC]]); and ensures the timely execution of programs, [[policies]], and [[directive]]s established or developed by the [[DNI]].
 
The JICC advises the [[DNI]] on establishing requirements, developing budgets, and managing financial matters; assists the [[DNI]] in [[monitor]]ing and evaluating the performance of the [[Intelligence Community]] ([[IC]]); and ensures the timely execution of programs, [[policies]], and [[directive]]s established or developed by the [[DNI]].

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