Congressional Testimonies

Congressional Testimonies

Pursuant to Executive Order 13467, the DNI, as the Security Executive Agent, is responsible for the development and oversight of effective, efficient, uniform policies and procedures for governing the timely conduct of investigations and adjucations for eligibility for access to classified information or eligibility to hold a sensitive position.

Well, Mr. Chairman, I will go ahead with our prepared statements on FISA legislation, and then we can certainly get to questions that we know you all have.  So, Chairman Rogers, Ranking Member Ruppersberger, distinguished members of the Committee.  Thanks so much for having us here today, to talk about the way ahead, occasioned by the continuing dramatic revelations about intelligence collection programs since their unauthorized disclosure...

Remarks as delivered by James R. Clapper, Director of National Intelligence at an Open Hearing on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Authorities U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Thursday, September 26, 2013, 216 Hart Senate Office Building, Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Thank you, Mr. Chairman, Mr. Ranking Member. We appreciate your having this hearing. We think it's very important to correct some of the misimpressions that have been created about these activities, which, as the deputy attorney general explained, are entirely lawful and appropriate for protecting the nation. In the -- in my opening statement, I'd like to make three related points about the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court...

Provided to the Senate Committee on Armed Services, April 18, 2013.

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