Mark Roth

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Mark Roth was appointed as Assistant Deputy Director for the National Intelligence Priorities Framework, Office of the Deputy United States Director of National Intelligence for Customer Outcomes on Oct. 31, 2005.

Mr. Roth is responsible for managing the NIPF, the DNI’s mechanism for translating national foreign intelligence priorities into specific guidance for the Intelligence Community. Previously, Mr. Roth served as a project manager for the National Intelligence Priorities Framework in the Office of the Assistant Director of Central Intelligence for Analysis and Production. Prior to that he served for 15 years as a civilian all-source intelligence analyst with the Department of the Air Force. In this capacity, he served as a specialist in Chinese military capabilities and later managed the Air Force liaison office to the National Military Joint Intelligence Center in the Pentagon. Mr. Roth was a Senior Analyst and Division Chief for the Air Staff Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance. Mr. Roth graduated from the National War College, National Defense University with an M.S. in National Security Strategy and the Air Force’s Air Command and Staff College. He received a B.A. in History and a Certificate in Asian Studies from Northwestern University.

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