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National intelligence organizations

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National intelligence organizations may report to the head of government through a single official or agency, or might report through multiple channels to the top level of government (e.g., through cabinet-level officers for foreign policy, armed forces, law enforcement, etc.). There may very well be intelligence organizations that do not routine provide information to the national leadership, such as those specifically intended to support military operations.










Saudi Arabia

United Kingdom

United States

Sixteen organizations form the United States intelligence community