[Minutes: Intelligence Joint Cross-Service Group, July 29, 2004] Page: 2 of 14
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specific scenris for analysis. On mmbr opined thaT perhias it wou:d be
best to wait unti tC P:tesiden: andor Cont ress rnade some decision s wih
respect to the intelligence community. The Chair reminded everyone tha:
the Scretar ofiDeense expected some ideas from t-e IJUCSG and the Core
'ea'm woud require time to conduc: the afa: sis. As such, waiting g was n1ot
atn option. However, she noted that i suh decisions were made by higher
authori:i, they would potentball n be included if it w as responsive- to dt.i
Scenarios for TGC. Th _e ISG was expecting th:'Ce seariio inputs from the
IJ'S; at the 6 .Augus meeting for deconfliEcior process development The
Chair next aske' for suggestions C move f o-. ard. Four sugaeston.s were
- Principals develop some ana[tic f'rameoks that they want to
- iook at options submitted last year and pursue the less o:nraversial
- Prograrn Managers iook for points of intersection of inlligene
functions wih each other
- D S D(I} direct some to-.downm scenarios
The Chair requested additional comments from the members be provided via
the Core Tean to determine if the IJCS(G could comply with the scenario
inpu: for the 6 Auugus: ISG meeting.
Ms. D anie then provided a status or. The capacity data call in anticipation of
the initi a capacity anavlysis report to the 1S. She explained some of the data is
being held by the miliuar departments subject to release by their auditors. 'Ite
status of capacity da: delive-r and processing of t.he data is being monitored by
:he Core I sarn Facilitator.
Ms. [)::-ie nlex reported on the results of the July 23r" TSG meeting.
Briefly, the ISG decided that t.e policy ie)peratives were to 'prot:ectionis aid
would be remanded to the military depan.me .s and JCSG<--' to be used as
considerationss" in developing sccar'ios for analysis. [.tws of physics antrd
military judmcen would protect certain intelligetIce facilities from BRA C actions
therefore servi:jg the isame purpose as an mperative.
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