Miller Center

American Forum - Interagency Relationships in the Intelligence Community

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Philip Mudd
November 17, 2008
11:00AM - 11:00AM (EST)

Philip Mudd
Philip Mudd

PHILIP MUDD joined the CIA in 1985 as a leadership analyst responsible for South Asian issues, and in 1992 began focusing on Middle East terrorism – particularly Iranian state-sponsored terrorism – in the Counter Terrorism Center (CTC) in 1992. Mudd later became the Deputy Director of the Office of Terrorism Analysis. In 2003, he was appointed the CTC's Deputy Director, and in 2005 became Associate Executive Assistant Director of the National Security Branch. The Director of Central Intelligence gave Mudd the Director's Award in 2004, for his leadership, extraordinary fidelity, and essential service.

Forum Series: TheBusiness of U.S. Intelligence Gathering and Analysis

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Business of Intelligence Gathering & Analysis:

During the 2008-2009 academic year the Miller Center Forum hosted a special series on the business of gathering, analysis, dissemination and use of intelligence. The 9-11 tragedy brought to light devastating intelligence failures and raised questions regarding the need to restructure the U.S. intelligence community, its many agencies, operations and procedures.

This series examines these issues in greater detail, as well as assesses significant intelligence strengths by inviting experts from the field to offer their perspectives and policy recommendations. The series will focus on six key areas of interest with respect to intelligence: 1) history, 2) collection, 3) analysis, 4) interagency politics, 5) operations and, 6) legal issues.

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