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Structure Organization Process How Decisions are made Policy Substance of policy. US National Institutions. US Constitution. EXECUTIVE. Legislative. Judicial. Institutional Powers. Article One: Congressional Powers Declare War Raise and support armed forces Regulate armed forces
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Raise and support armed forces
Regulate armed forces
Senate: approve executive branch officials
Senate: advise and consent on treaties
Tax and Spend money
Appoint officials and ambassadors
Commander-in-chief of armed forces
National Security Council
Presidential Directives (from Federation of American Scientists)
US National Security Structure
State Dept home page
The Department of Defense
The Office of the Secretary of Defense
Joint Chiefs of Staff
United States Army
United States Navy
United States Marine Corps
United States Air Force
Unified Command Plan
Defense Intelligence Agency
National Security Agency (NSA)
Defense Science Board publications
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
DNI National Intelligence Strategy (2005)
National Intelligence Council
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
President’s Intelligence Advisory Board (PIAB).
Central Intelligence Agency
CIA list of World Leadersand Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments
CIA-sponsored page of links on intelligence issues
Freedom of Information Act details for CIA documents
House Armed Services Committee
House Committee on Foreign Afairs
House Select Committee on Homeland Security
House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Senate Committee on Armed Services
Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
Government Accountability Office (GAO)
CRS Reports through the Federation of American Scientists
Secretary of State
Secretary of Defense
Secretary of Energy (2007)
Any others the President wishes to add
NSC Principals Committee
NSC Deputies Committee
National Security Staff
Cost Benefit Analysis
Solution to foreign crisis?
DNI: Need better intelligence
CIA: Covert Operations
Defense: Use force
Army: Ground troops
Navy: Carrier air power
Marines: Amphibious landing
Air Force: Bombing
What Structures, if any, are used in decision making?
Who is actually making the decision?
Who does the president trust the most?