PL 101-510 - INTELLIGENCE PRIORITIES AND REORGANIZATION

5 November 1990


         

    (a) Revision of Priorities and Consolidation of Functions. -
   The Secretary of Defense, together with the Director of Central
   Intelligence, shall conduct a joint review of all intelligence and
   intelligence-related activities in the Tactical Intelligence and
   Related Activities (TIARA) programs and the National Foreign
   Intelligence Program (NFIP). The Secretary, together with the
   Director, shall take the following actions with respect to those
   activities:

       (1) In cases in which redundancy or fragmentation exist,
     consolidate functions, programs, organizations, and operations to
     improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the conduct of those
     intelligence activities or programs.

       (2) Revise intelligence collection and analysis priorities
     and resource allocations to reflect changes in the international
     security environment.

       (3) Strengthen joint intelligence functions, operations, and
     organizations.

       (4) Improve the quality and independence of intelligence
     support to the weapons acquisition process.

       (5) Improve the responsiveness and utility of national
     intelligence systems and organizations to the needs of the
     combatant commanders.

     (b) Personnel Reductions. - (1) The number of personnel
   assigned or detailed to the National Foreign Intelligence Program
   and related Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities programs
   shall be reduced by not less than 5 percent of the number of such
   personnel described in paragraph (2) during each of fiscal years
   1992 through 1996.

     (2) The number of personnel referred to in paragraph (1) is the
   number of personnel assigned or detailed to such programs on
   September 30, 1990.