The National Intelligence Strategy (2014) establishes the US intelligence community?s long term priorities.

The National Intelligence Strategy (2014) establishes the US intelligence community s long term priorities. The National Intelligence Strategy is written by:
Multiple Choice:
a. The President ;

b. Congress;

c. The Director of National Intelligence,

d. Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence.

[Correct Answer: ____________]

2. The National Intelligence Strategy says the following are priorities for the US intelligence community.
Multiple Choice:
a. Counter Terrorism and War on Drugs;
b. Cyber Intelligence and Counter Terrorism;
c. Strategic Intelligence and Scarce Natural Resources;
d. All of the Above
[Correct Answer: ____________]

3. The National Intelligence Priorities Framework (NIPF) is the process the US intelligence community uses to:
Multiple Choice:
a. Plan how the US IC requests its funding/budget from the Congress;
b. Determine the knowledge, skills, and abilities of the people to hire into the US IC;
c. Assign more specific priorities to the broad objectives in the National Intelligence Strategy;
d. Provide an annual worldwide threat assessment to the Congress.
[Correct Answer: ____________]

4. Within the National Intelligence Priorities Framework (NIPF), priorities are assigned to:
Multiple Choice:
a. Countries;
b. Non-state actors, e.g., terrorists groups;
c. Issues, e.g., proliferation,
d. Combination of Countries and non-state actors with issues, e.g., Iran + proliferation.
[Correct Answer: ____________]

5. During the period 2007 through 2014, the total annual US intelligence budget was:
Multiple Choice:
a. Between $50 and $60 billion per year;
b. Between $60 and $80 billion per year;
c. Between $80 and $100 billion per year.
[Correct Answer: ____________]

6. According to the reading, given its annual budget, if the US intelligence community was a corporation it would not rank as a Fortune 500 size corporation.
Multiple Choice:
a. True;
b. False.
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7. The planning for any given year s intelligence budget starts the year before the budget is to be passed by Congress and the US IC begins obligating and spending its funds.
Multiple Choice:
a. True;
b. False.
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8. Which of the following entities have a role to play in creating the US intelligence community s budget every year:
Multiple Choice:
a. Office of the Director of National Intelligence;
b. Congress;
c. US Office of Management and Budget,
d. All of the Above.
[Correct Answer: ____________]
9. The annual US intelligence community budget is divided into two large programs. Those programs are:
Multiple Choice:
a. The National Intelligence Program (NIP) and the Military Intelligence Program (MIP);
b. The Central Intelligence Agency Program (CIAP) and the General Defense Intelligence Program (GDIP);
c. The National Intelligence Program (NIP) and the National Reconnaissance Program (NRP);
d. The Central Intelligence Agency Program (CIAP) and the Foreign Counterintelligence Program (FCIP).
[Correct Answer: ____________]

10. The Congressional budget process is a two step process. The first step is authorization and the second is appropriation. Authorization means:
Multiple Choice:
a. A Congressional committee approved specific programs and activities for the US intelligence community but not the specific amounts of money to be spent on those programs and activities;
b. A Congressional committee approved the specific amounts of money that can be spent on US intelligence community programs and activities for one year;
c. A Congressional committee approved a special request from the US intelligence community to fund a program or activity that was not in the budget passed by Congress;
d. A Congressional committee approved both the specific programs and activities for the US intelligence community and the specific amounts of money to be spent on those programs and activities.
[Correct Answer: ____________]