Congressional Oversight of Intelligence
“A View from Congress” was the first plenary session of the second Intelligence and National Security Summit, “The State of U.S. Intelligence: Priorities, Plans, and Partnerships,” held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Representatives Devin Nunes (R-CA) and Adam Schiff (D-CA), the chair and ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, were interviewed by David Sanger on their work writing legislation for and conducting oversight on the U.S. intelligence community. They were asked specifically about the nuclear agreement with Iran, cybersecurity threats, and their committee’s role in future U.S. intelligence efforts.
“A View from Congress” was the first plenary session of the second Intelligence and National Security Summit, “The State of U.S. Intelligence: Priorities, Plans, and Partnerships,” held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. close
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Charles "Chuck" Alsup Vice President Intelligence and National Security Alliance->Policy
Devin Nunes U.S. Representative [R] California
David E. Sanger Chief Correspondent New York Times->Washington, D.C.
Adam B. Schiff U.S. Representative [D] California
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