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National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC): Responsibilities and Potential Congressional Concerns
Richard A. Best, Jr. (au)
The Nat. Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) was established in 2004 to ensure that information from any source about potential terrorist acts against the U.S. could be made available to analysts and that appropriate responses could be planned. Investigations of the 9/11 attacks had demonstrated that information possessed by different agencies had not been shared and thus that disparate indications of the looming threat had not been connected and warning had not beenprovided. As a component of the Office of the Dir. of Nat. Intelligence, the NCTC is composed of analysts with backgrounds in many govt. agencies and has access to various agency databases. It prepares studies ranging from strategic assessment of the future terrorist threats to daily briefings and situation reports. It is also responsible, directly to the President, for planning (but not directing) counterterrorism efforts. Contents of this report: Introduction; Background; Current NCTC Charter; Ongoing Activities; Assessments of NCTC; Two Recent Incidents; Potential Congressional Concerns
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