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General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan (Gcip)

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Book Id: WPLBN0000094461
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Title: General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan (Gcip)  
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Language: English
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Executive Summary: The General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan (GCIP) addresses issues identified by the White House Task Force Review of the U.S. Counterdrug Intelligence Centers and Activities. The Review was commissioned in September 1997 by the Attorney General, the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), the Secretary of the Treasury, and the Director of National Drug Control Policy, and was supported by the Secretaries of Defense, Transportation, and State. The Review was mandated in the Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act of 1998 and the 1998 Intelligence Authorization Act.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Executive Summary ......................................................................................................1 Summary………………………………………………………………………………….…4 ACTION PLAN Introduction................................................................................................................ .13 Section A: National Counterdrug Intelligence Coordination.......................................... .16 I. Purpose .................................................................................................. .16 II. The President’s Council on Counter-Narcotics………………………………..17 III. Counternarcotics Interagency Policy and Program Coordination................. .17 IV. Counterdrug Intelligence Coordinating Group (CDICG) ............................ .18 V. Counterdrug Intelligence Executive Secretariat (CDX) .............................. .20 Section B: National Centers........................................................................................ .24 Section C: Regional, State, and Local Cooperation....................................................... .31 Section D: Foreign Coordination................................................................................. .36 Section E: Analytic Personnel Development and Training ............................................ .41 Section F: Information Technology ............................................................................. .46 Appendices Appendix A Methodology Used to Develop the General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan ....................................................................A-1 Appendix B White House Task Force Authorities........................................A-4 Appendix C Missions of Counterdrug Intelligence Centers and Activities .........................................................................A-7 Appendix D Glossary of Terms ............................................................... .A-15 Appendix E General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan Action Items .............. .A-21

 

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