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material factors, of the person who is being recommended for the National Security Medal.
5. Each recommendation shall contain a draft of an appropriate citation to accompany the award of the National Security Medal.
Sec. 3.3... 3.4. 3.5. 3.6.
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 10865 For Ex. Ord. No. 10865, see note under section 435 of this title.
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 11652 For Ex. Ord. No. 11652, see note under section 435 of this title.
Timely and accurate information about the activi. ties, capabilities, plans, and intentions of foreign powers, organizations, and persons, and their agents, is essential to the national security of the United States. All reasonable and lawful means must be used to ensure that the United States will receive the best in. telligence available. For that purpose, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the United States of America, including the National Security Act of 1947, as amended (see Short Title note above), and as President of the United States of America, in order to provide for the effective conduct of United States intelligence activities and the protection of constitutional rights, it is hereby ordered as follows:
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 11905 Ex. Ord. No. 11905, Feb. 18, 1976, 41 F.R. 7703, as amended by Ex. Ord. No. 11985, May 13, 1977, 42 F.R. 25487; Ex. Ord. No. 11994, June 1, 1977, 42 F.R. 28869, which related to United States foreign intelligence activities, was superseded by Ex. Ord. No. 12036, Jan. 24, 1978, 43 F.R. 3674, formerly set out below.
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 11932 For Ex. Ord. No. 11932, see note under section 435 of this title.
PART 1-GOALS, DIRECTION, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITH RESPECT TO THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE EFFORT
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 12036 Ex. Ord. No. 12036, Jan. 24, 1978, 43 F.R. 3674, as amended by Ex. Ord. No. 12139, May 23, 1979, 44 F.R. 30311, which related to United States foreign intelligence activities, was revoked by Ex. Ord. No. 12333, Dec. 4, 1981, 46 F.R. 59941, set out below.
EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 12065 For Ex. Ord. No. 12065, see note under section 435 of this title.
Ex. ORD. No. 12333. UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE
ACTIVITIES Ex. Ord. No. 12333, Dec. 4, 1981, 46 F.R. 59941, provided:
The United States intelligence effort shall provide the President and the National Security Council with the necessary information on which to base decisions concerning the conduct and development of foreign, defense and economic policy, and the protection of United States national interests from foreign security threats. All departments and agencies shall cooperate fully to fulfill this goal.
(a) Maximum emphasis should be given to fostering analytical competition among appropriate elements of the Intelligence Community.
(b) All means, consistent with applicable United States law and this Order, and with full consideration oi the rights of United States persons, shall be used to develop intelligence information for the President and the National Security Council. A balanced approach between technical collection efforts and other means should be maintained and encouraged.
(c) Special emphasis should be given to detecting and countering espionage and other threats and activi. ties directed by foreign intelligence services against the United States Government, or United States corporations, establishments, or persons.
(d) To the greatest extent possible consistent with applicable United States law and this Order, and with full consideration of the rights of United States persons, all agencies and departments should seek to ensure full and free exchange of information in order to derive maximum benefit from the United States intelligence effort.
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PART 1. GOALS, DIRECTION, DUTIES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITH
RESPECT TO THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE EFFORT Sec. 1.1...
The National Security Council 1.3.
National Foreign Intelligence Advisory
The Intelligence Community 1.5
Director of Central Intelligence 1.6.
Duties and Responsibilities of the Heads of
Executive Branch Departments and Agen
Senior Officials of the Intelligence Commu
The Central Intelligence Agency 1.9.
The Department of State 1.10.
The Department of the Treasury 1.11.
The Department of Defense 1.12.
Intelligence Components Utilized by the
Secretary of Defense 1.13
The Department of Energy 1.14.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation
Collection of Information 2.4.
Attorney General Approval 2.6.
Assistance to Law Enforcement Authorities 2.7.
Consistency With Other Laws 2.9.
Undisclosed Participation in Organizations
Within the United States 2.10.
Human Experimentation 2.11...
Prohibition on Assassination 2.12.
PART 3. GENERAL PROVISIONS 3.1...
Congressional Oversight 3.2.
1.2 THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL (a) Purpose. The National Security Council (NSC) was established by the National Security Act of 1947 (see Short Title note above) to advise the President with respect to the integration of domestic, foreign and military policies relating to the national security. The NSC shall act as the highest Executive Branch entity that provides review of, guidance for and direction to the conduct of all national foreign intelligence, counterintelligence, and special activities, and attendant policies and programs.
(b) Committees. The NSC shall establish such committees as may be necessary to carry out its functions and responsibilities under this Order. The NSC, or a committee established by it, shall consider and submit to the President a policy recommendation, including all dissents, on each special activity and shall review proposals for other sensitive intelligence operations.
1.3 NATIONAL FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE ADVISORY
GROUPS (a) Establishment and Duties. The Director of Central Intelligence shall establish such boards, councils, or groups as required for the purpose of obtaining advice from within the Intelligence Community concerning:
(1) Production, review and coordination of national foreign intelligence;
(2) Priorities for the National Foreign Intelligence Program budget;
(3) Interagency exchanges of foreign intelligence information;
(4) Arrangements with foreign governments on intel. ligence matters;
(5) Protection of intelligence sources and methods; (6) Activities of common concern; and
(7) Such other matters as may be referred by the Director of Central Intelligence.
(b) Membership. Advisory groups established pursuant to this section shall be chaired by the Director of Central Intelligence or his designated representative and shall consist of senior representatives from organizations within the Intelligence Community and from departments or agencies containing such organizations, as designated by the Director of Central Intelligence. Groups for consideration of substantive intelligence matters will include representatives of organizations involved in the collection, processing and analysis of intelligence. A senior representative of the Secretary of Commerce, the Attorney General, the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense shall be invited to participate in any group which deals with other than substantive intelligence matters.
1.4 THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY The agencies within the Intelligence Community shall, in accordance with applicable United States law and with the other provisions of this Order, conduct intelligence activities necessary for the conduct of foreign relations and the protection of the national security of the United States, including:
(a) Collection of information needed by the President, the National Security Council, the Secretaries of State and Defense, and other Executive Branch officials for the performance of their duties and responsibilities;
(b) Production and dissemination of intelligence;
(c) Collection of information concerning, and the conduct of activities to protect against, intelligence activities directed against the United States, international terrorist and international narcotics activities, and other hostile activities directed against the United States by foreign powers, organizations, persons, and their agents;
(d) Special activities;
(e) Administrative and support activities within the United States and abroad necessary for the performance of authorized activities; and
(f) Such other intelligence activities as the President may direct from time to time.
1.5 DIRECTOR OF CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE In order to discharge the duties and responsibilities prescribed by law, the Director of Central Intelligence shall be responsible directly to the President and the NSC and shall:
(a) Act as the primary adviser to the President and the NSC on national foreign intelligence and provide the President and other officials in the Executive Branch with national foreign intelligence;
(b) Develop such objectives and guidance for the Intelligence Community as will enhance capabilities for responding to expected future needs for national foreign intelligence;
(c) Promote the development and maintenance of services of common concern by designated intelligence organizations on behalf of the Intelligence Community;
(d) Ensure implementation of special activities;
(e) Formulate policies concerning foreign intelligence and counterintelligence arrangements with for: eign governments, coordinate foreign intelligence and counterintelligence relationships between agencies of the Intelligence Community and the intelligence or internal security services of foreign governments, and establish procedures governing the conduct of liaison by any department or agency with such services on narcotics activities;
(f) Participate in the development of procedures approved by the Attorney General governing criminal narcotics intelligence activities abroad to ensure that these activities are consistent with foreign intelligence programs;
(g) Ensure the establishment by the Intelligence Community of common security and access standards for managing and handling foreign intelligence systems, information, and products;
(h) Ensure that programs are developed which protect intelligence sources, methods, and analytical procedures;
(i) Establish uniform criteria for the determination of relative priorities for the transmission of critical national foreign intelligence, and advise the Secretary of Defense concerning the communications requirements of the Intelligence Community for the transmission of such intelligence;
(j) Establish appropriate staffs, committees, or other advisory groups to assist in the execution of the Director's responsibilities;
(k) Have full responsibility for production and dissemination of national foreign intelligence, and authority to levy analytic tasks on departmental intelligence production organizations, in consultation with those organizations, ensuring that appropriate mechanisms for competitive analysis are developed so that diverse points of view are considered fully and differences of judgment within the Intelligence Community are brought to the attention of national policymakers;
(1) Ensure the timely exploitation and dissemination of data gathered by national foreign intelligence collection means, and ensure that the resulting intelli. gence is disseminated immediately to appropriate government entities and military commands;
(m) Establish mechanisms which translate national foreign intelligence objectives and priorities approved by the NSC into specific guidance for the Intelligence Community, resolve conflicts in tasking priority, provide to departments and agencies having information collection capabilities that are not part of the National Foreign Intelligence Program advisory tasking concerning collection of national foreign intelligence, and provide for the development of plans and arrangements for transfer of required collection tasking authority to the Secretary of Defense when directed by the President;
(n) Develop, with the advice of the program managers and departments and agencies concerned, the consolidated National Foreign Intelligence Program budget, and present it to the President and the Congress;
(0) Review and approve all requests for reprogramming National Foreign Intelligence Program funds, in accordance with guidelines established by the Office of Management and Budget;
(p) Monitor National Foreign Intelligence Program implementation, and, as necessary, conduct program and performance audits and evaluations;
(q) Together with the Secretary of Defense, ensure that there is no unnecessary overlap between national foreign intelligence programs and Department of Defense intelligence programs consistent with the requirement to develop competitive analysis, and provide to and obtain from the Secretary of Defense all information necessary for this purpose;
(r) In accordance with law and relevant procedures approved by the Attorney General under this Order, give the heads of the departments and agencies access
formation necessary to perform their duties assigned by this Order.
to all intelligence, developed by the CIA or the staff elements of the Director of Central Intelligence, relevant to the national intelligence needs of the departments and agencies; and
(s) Facilitate the use of national foreign intelligence products by Congress in a secure manner. 1.6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HEADS OF
EXECUTIVE BRANCH DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES (a) The heads of all Executive Branch departments and agencies shall, in accordance with law and relevant procedures approved by the Attorney General under this Order, give the Director of Central Intelligence access to all information relevant to the national intelligence needs of the United States, and shall give due consideration to the requests from the Director of Central Intelligence for appropriate support for Intelligence Community activities.
(b) The heads of departments and agencies involved in the National Foreign Intelligence Program shall ensure timely development and submission to the Director of Central Intelligence by the program managers and heads of component activities of proposed national programs and budgets in the format designated by the Director of Central Intelligence, and shall also ensure that the Director of Central Intelligence is provided, in a timely and responsive manner, all information necessary to perform the Director's program and budget responsibilities.
(c) The heads of departments and agencies involved in the National Foreign Intelligence Program may appeal to the President decisions by the Director of Central Intelligence on budget or reprogramming matters of the National Foreign Intelligence Program. 1.7 SENIOR OFFICIALS OF THE INTELLIGENCE
COMMUNITY The heads of departments and agencies with organizations in the Intelligence Community or the heads of such organizations, as appropriate, shall:
(a) Report to the Attorney General possible violations of federal criminal laws by employees and of specified federal criminal laws by any other person as provided in procedures agreed upon by the Attorney General and the head of the department or agency concerned, in a manner consistent with the protection of intelligence sources and methods, as specified in those procedures;
(b) In any case involving serious or continuing breaches of security, recommend to the Attorney General that the case be referred to the FBI for further investigation;
(c) Furnish the Director of Central Intelligence and the NSC, in accordance with applicable law and procedures approved by the Attorney General under this Order, the information required for the performance of their respective duties;
(d) Report to the Intelligence Oversight Board, and keep the Director of Central Intelligence appropriately informed, concerning any intelligence activities of their organizations that they have reason to believe may be unlawful or contrary to Executive order or Presidential directive;
(e) Protect intelligence and intelligence sources and methods from unauthorized disclosure consistent with guidance from the Director of Central Intelligence;
(f) Disseminate intelligence to cooperating foreign governments under arrangements established agreed to by the Director of Central Intelligence;
(g) Participate in the development of procedures approved by the Attorney General governing production and dissemination of intelligence resulting from criminal narcotics intelligence activities abroad if their departments, agencies, or organizations have intelligence responsibilities for foreign or domestic narcotics production and trafficking;
(h) Instruct their employees to cooperate fully with the Intelligence Oversight Board; and
(1) Ensure that the Inspectors General and General Counsels for their organizations have access to any in
1.8 THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY All duties and responsibilities of the CIA shall be related to the intelligence functions set out below. As authorized by this Order; the National Security Act of 1947, as amended (see Short Title note above); the CIA Act of 1949, as amended (see Short Title of 1949 Amendment note above); appropriate directives or other applicable law, the CIA shall:
(a) Collect, produce and disseminate foreign intelligence and counterintelligence, including information not otherwise obtainable. The collection of foreign intelligence or counterintelligence within the United States shall be coordinated with the FBI as required by procedures agreed upon by the Director of Central Intelligence and the Attorney General;
(b) Collect, produce and disseminate intelligence on foreign aspects of narcotics production and trafficking:
(c) Conduct counterintelligence activities outside the United States and, without assuming or performing any internal security functions, conduct counterintelligence activities within the United States in coordination with the FBI as required by procedures agreed upon (by] the Director of Central Intelligence and the Attorney General;
(d) Coordinate counterintelligence activities and the collection of information not otherwise obtainable when conducted outside the United States by other departments and agencies;
(e) Conduct special activities approved by the President. No agency except the CIA (or the Armed Forces of the United States in time of war declared by Congress or during any period covered by a report from the President to the Congress under the War Powers Resolution (87 Stat. 855) (50 U.S.C. 1541 et seq.)) may conduct any special activity unless the President determines that another agency is more likely to achieve a particular objective;
(f) Conduct services of common concern for the In. telligence Community as directed by the NSC;
(g) Carry out or contract for research, development and procurement of technical systems and devices relating to authorized functions;
(h) Protect the security of its installations, activities, information, property, and employees by appropriate means, including such investigations of applicants, employees, contractors, and other persons with similar associations with the CIA as are necessary, and
(i) Conduct such administrative and technical support activities within and outside the United States as are necessary to perform the functions described in sections (a) and (sic) through (h) above, including procurement and essential cover and proprietary arrangements.
1.9 THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE The Secretary of State shall:
(a) Overtly collect information relevant to United States foreign policy concerns;
(b) Produce and disseminate foreign intelligence relating to United States foreign policy as required for the execution of the Secretary's responsibilities;
(c) Disseminate, as appropriate, reports received from United States diplomatic and consular posts;
(d) Transmit reporting requirements of the Intelligence Community to the Chiefs of United States Missions abroad; and
(e) Support Chiefs of Missions in discharging their statutory responsibilities for direction and coordination of mission activities.
1.10 THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY The Secretary of the Treasury shall:
(a) Overtly collect foreign financial and monetary information;
(b) Participate with the Department of State in the overt collection of general foreign economic informa
(c) Produce and disseminate foreign intelligence relating to United States economic policy as required for the execution of the Secretary's responsibilities; and
(d) Conduct, through the United States Secret Serv. ice, activities to determine the existence and capability of surveillance equipment being used against the President of the United States, the Executive Office of the President, and, as authorized by the Secretary of the Treasury or the President, other Secret Service protectees and United States officials. No information shall be acquired intentionally through such activities except to protect against such surveillance, and those activities shall be conducted pursuant to procedures agreed upon by the Secretary of the Treasury and the Attorney General.
1.11 THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE The Secretary of Defense shall:
(a) Collect national foreign intelligence and be responsive to collection tasking by the Director of Central Intelligence;
(b) Collect, produce and disseminate military and military-related foreign intelligence and counterintelligence as required for execution of the Secretary's responsibilities;
(c) Conduct programs and missions necessary to ful. fill national, departmental and tactical foreign intelligence requirements;
(d) Conduct counterintelligence activities in support of Department of Defense components outside the United States in coordination with the CIA, and within the United States in coordination with the FBI pursuant to procedures agreed upon by the Secretary of Defense and the Attorney General;
(e) Conduct, as the executive agent of the United States Government, signals intelligence and communications security activities, except as otherwise directed by the NSC;
(f) Provide for the timely transmission of critical intelligence, as defined by the Director of Central Intelligence, within the United States Government;
(g) Carry out or contract for research, development and procurement of technical systems and devices relating to authorized intelligence functions;
(h) Protect the security of Department of Defense installations, activities, property, information, and employees by appropriate means, including such investigations of applicants, employees, contractors, and other persons with similar associations with the Department of Defense as are necessary;
(1) Establish and maintain military intelligence relationships and military intelligence exchange programs with selected cooperative foreign defense establishments and international organizations, and ensure that such relationships and programs are in accordance with policies formulated by the Director of Central Intelligence;
(1) Direct, operate, control and provide fiscal management for the National Security Agency and for defense and military intelligence and national reconnaissance entities; and
(k) Conduct such administrative and technical support activities within and outside the United States as are necessary to perform the functions described in sections (a) through (j) above. 1.12 INTELLIGENCE COMPONENTS UTILIZED BY THE
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE In carrying out the responsibilities assigned in section 1.11, the Secretary of Defense is authorized to utilize the following:
(a) Defense Intelligence Agency, whose responsibilities shall include:
(1) Collection, production, or, through tasking and coordination, provision of military and military-related intelligence for the Secretary of Defense, the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, other Defense components, and, as appropriate, non-Defense agencies;
(2) Collection and provision of military intelligence for national foreign intelligence and counterintelligence products;
(3) Coordination of all Department of Defense intelligence collection requirements;
(4) Management of the Defense Attache system; and
(5) Provision of foreign intelligence and counterintelligence staff support as directed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
(b) National Security Agency, whose responsibilities shall include:
(1) Establishment and operation of an effective unified organization for signals intelligence activities, except for the delegation of operational control over certain operations that are conducted through other elements of the Intelligence Community. No other department or agency may engage in signals intelligence activities except pursuant to a delegation by the Secretary of Defense;
(2) Control of signals intelligence collection and processing activities, including assignment of resources to an appropriate agent for such periods and tasks as required for the direct support of military commanders;
(3) Collection of signals intelligence information for national foreign intelligence purposes in accordance with guidance from the Director of Central Intelligence;
(4) Processing of signals intelligence data for national foreign intelligence purposes in accordance with guidance from the Director of Central Intelligence;
(5) Dissemination of signals intelligence information for national foreign intelligence purposes to authorized elements of the Government, including the military services, in accordance with guidance from the Director of Central Intelligence;
(6) Collection, processing and dissemination of sig. nals intelligence information for counterintelligence purposes;
(7) Provision of signals intelligence support for the conduct of military operations in accordance with tasking, priorities, and standards of timeliness assigned by the Secretary of Defense. If provision of such support requires use of national collection systems, these systems will be tasked within existing guidance from the Director of Central Intelligence;
(8) Executing the responsibilities of the Secretary of Defense as executive agent for the communications security of the United States Government;
(9) Conduct of research and development to meet the needs of the United States for signals intelligence and communications security;
(10) Protection of the security of its installations, activities, property, information, and employees by appropriate means, including such investigations of applicants, employees, contractors, and other persons with similar associations with the NSA as are necessary;
(11) Prescribing, within its field of authorized operations, security regulations covering operating practices, including the transmission, handling and distribution of signals intelligence and communications security material within and among the elements under control of the Director of the NSA, and exercising the necessary supervisory control to ensure compliance with the regulations;
(12) Conduct of foreign cryptologic liaison relationships, with liaison for intelligence purposes conducted in accordance with policies formulated by the Director of Central Intelligence; and
(13) Conduct of such administrative and technical support activities within and outside the United States as are necessary to perform the functions described in sections (1) through (12) above, including procurement.
(c) Offices for the collection of specialized intelli- (d) Produce and disseminate foreign intelligence and gence through reconnaissance programs, whose re- counterintelligence; and sponsibilities shall include:
(e) Carry out or contract for research, development (1) Carrying out consolidated reconnaissance pro- and procurement of technical systems and devices regrams for specialized intelligence;
lating to the functions authorized above. (2) Responding to tasking in accordance with procedures established by the Director of Central Intelli
PART 2–CONDUCT OF INTELLIGENCE gence; and
ACTIVITIES (3) Delegating authority to the various departments
2.1 NEED and agencies for research, development, procurement, and operation of designated means of collection.
Accurate and timely information about the capabili(d) The foreign intelligence and counterintelligence ties, intentions and activities of foreign powers, organielements of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine zations, or persons and their agents is essential to inCorps, whose responsibilities shall include:
formed decisionmaking in the areas of national de(1) Collection, production and dissemination of mili- fense and foreign relations. Collection of such infor. tary and military-related foreign intelligence and mation is a priority objective and will be pursued in a counterintelligence, and information on the foreign vigorous, innovative and responsible manner that is aspects of narcotics production and trafficking. When consistent with the Constitution and applicable law collection is conducted in response to national foreign and respectful of the principles upon which the intelligence requirements, it will be conducted in ac- United States was founded. cordance with guidance from the Director of Central Intelligence. Collection of national foreign intelli
2.2 PURPOSE gence, not otherwise obtainable, outside the United This Order is intended to enhance human and techStates shall be coordinated with the CIA, and such nical collection techniques, especially those undercollection within the United States shall be coordi- taken abroad, and the acquisition of significant fornated with the FBI;
eign intelligence, as well as the detection and counter(2) Conduct of counterintelligence activities outside ing of international terrorist activities and espionage the United States in coordination with the CIA, and conducted by foreign powers. Set forth below are cerwithin the United States in coordination with the FBI; tain general principles that, in addition to and consistand
ent with applicable laws, are intended to achieve the (3) Monitoring of the development, procurement and proper balance between the acquisition of essential inmanagement of tactical intelligence systems and formation and protection of individual interests. Nothequipment and conducting related research, develop- ing in this Order shall be construed to apply to or ment, and test and evaluation activities.
interfere with any authorized civil or criminal law en(e) Other offices within the Department of Defense forcement responsibility of any department or agency. appropriate for conduct of the intelligence missions and responsibilities assigned to the Secretary of De
2.3 COLLECTION OF INFORMATION fense. If such other offices are used for intelligence
Agencies within the Intelligence Community are aupurposes, the provisions of Part 2 of this Order shall
thorized to collect, retain or disseminate information apply to those offices when used for those purposes.
concerning United States persons only in accordance 1.13 THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
with procedures established by the head of the agency
concerned and approved by the Attorney General, The Secretary of Energy shall:
consistent with the authorities provided by Part 1 of (a) Participate with the Department of State in this Order. Those procedures shall permit collection, overtly collecting information with respect to foreign retention and dissemination of the following types of energy matters;
information: (b) Produce and disseminate foreign intelligence nec- (a) Information that is publicly available or collected essary for the Secretary's responsibilities;
with the consent of the person concerned; (c) Participate in formulating intelligence collection (b) Information constituting foreign intelligence or and analysis requirements where the special expert ca- counterintelligence, including such information conpability of the Department can contribute; and
cerning corporations or other commercial organiza(d) Provide expert technical, analytical and research tions. Collection within the United States of foreign capability to other agencies within the Intelligence intelligence not otherwise obtainable shall be underCommunity.
taken by the FBI or, when significant foreign intelli1.14 THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
gence is sought, by other authorized agencies of the
Intelligence Community, provided that no foreign inUnder the supervision of the Attorney General and telligence collection by such agencies may be underpursuant to such regulations as the Attorney General taken for the purpose of acquiring information conmay establish, the Director of the FBI shall:
cerning the domestic activities of United States per(a) Within the United States conduct counterintelli- sons; gence and coordinate counterintelligence activities of (c) Information obtained in the course of a lawful other agencies within the Intelligence Community. foreign intelligence, counterintelligence, international When a counterintelligence activity of the FBI in- narcotics or international terrorism investigation; volves military or civilian personnel of the Depart- (d) Information needed to protect the safety of any ment of Defense, the FBI shall coordinate with the persons or organizations, including those who are tar. Department of Defense;
gets, victims or hostages of international terrorist or(b) Conduct counterintelligence activities outside ganizations; the United States in coordination with the CIA as re- (e) Information needed to protect foreign intelliquired by procedures agreed upon by the Director of gence or counterintelligence sources or methods from Central Intelligence and the Attorney General;
unauthorized disclosure. Collection within the United (c) Conduct within the United States, when request. States shall be undertaken by the FBI except that ed by officials of the Intelligence Community desig- other agencies of the Intelligence Community may nated by the President, activities undertaken to collect also collect such information concerning present or foreign intelligence or support foreign intelligence col- former employees, present or former intelligence lection requirements of other agencies within the In- agency contractors or their present or former employtelligence Community, or, when requested by the Di- ees, or applicants for any such employment or conrector of the National Security Agency, to support the tracting; communications security activities of the United (f) Information concerning persons who are reasonStates Government;
ably believed to be potential sources or contacts for