June 2006
United States Government Manual;2006/2007, p487
This article gives an overview of the operation of the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence in 2006. Its officers include Director John D. Negroponte and Principal Deputy Director Michael V. Hayden. As head of the intelligence community, Negroponte oversees and coordinates the foreign and domestic activities of the intelligence community across the federal government.


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