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Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) annual reports 2007-2008 (EN)

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dimanche 8 mars 2009, sélectionné par Spyworld

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The Intelligence and Security Committee’s Annual Report for 2007-2008 was laid before Parliament today by the Prime Minister.

The Intelligence and Security Committee, which was established by the Intelligence Services Act 1994, provides parliamentary oversight of SIS, GCHQ and the Security Service.

- ISC Annual Report 2007–08 [PDF 658KB, 58 pages]
- Government Response to the ISC Annual Report 2007–08 [PDF 298KB, 8 pages]
- News release - Intelligence and Security Committee’s Annual Report 2007-2008 (05 March 2009) [PDF 28KB, 3 pages]


Contents

- GLOSSARY .............................................................................................................2
- INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................. 3
— Reform of the Intelligence and Security Committee.................................................... 4
- THE AGENCIES............................................................................................................... 7
— The threat...................................................................................................................... 7
— The Single Intelligence Account................................................................................... 8
— Government Communications Headquarters.............................................................. 10
— The Security Service................................................................................................... 14
— The Secret Intelligence Service.................................................................................. 21

- CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES............................................................................................ 26
— Business continuity..................................................................................................... 26
— The Agencies’ non-ICT funding. ................................................................................ 28
— Value for money and efficiency in the Agencies......................................................... 28
— Media relations............................................................................................................ 30

- STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK AND INTELLIGENCE MACHINERY......................... 31
— The Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism and CONTEST................................ 31
— Ministerial Committee on National Security, International Relations and Development. ... 33
— The National Security Strategy................................................................................... 33
— The Head of Intelligence, Security and Resilience..................................................... 35
— The Professional Head of Intelligence Analysis......................................................... 36
— The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre........................................................................... 37
— The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure............................................ 38
— The Joint Intelligence Committee and Assessments Staff.......................................... 38
— SCOPE........................................................................................................................ 40
— The Defence Intelligence Staff. .................................................................................. 41
— The Commissioners. ................................................................................................... 42
— Official Secrets Act..................................................................................................... 43

- OTHER ISSUES.............................................................................................................. 44
— Rendition report.......................................................................................................... 44
— Intercept as evidence................................................................................................... 44
— Interception modernisation......................................................................................... 47
— Document security in the Cabinet Office.................................................................... 47
— Investigation into BAE Systems.................................................................................. 49

- Summary of Conclusions and Recommendations................................ 50

- LIST OF WITNESSES.................................................................................................... 52


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