Office of Intelligence Policy and Review

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The Office of Intelligence Policy and Review, under the direction of the Counsel for Intelligence Policy, is responsible for advising the Attorney General on all matters relating to the national security activities of the United States. The Office prepares and files all applications for electronic surveillance and physical search under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, assists Government agencies by providing legal advice on matters of national security law and policy, and represents the Department of Justice on variety of interagency committees such as the National Counterintelligence Policy Board. The Office also comments on and coordinates other agencies' views regarding proposed legislation affecting intelligence matters.

Counsels for Intelligence Policy

Name Term Notes
James A. Baker January 2002 - present (Acting from May 2001-Jan. 2002)
Frances Townsend March 1998 - May 2001
Jerry Schroeder 1997 - 1998 Acting
Richard Scruggs 1993 - ? Dates uncertain
Mary C. Lawton 1984 - October 1993
Kenneth C. Bass, III 1979 - 1981 First Counsel for Intelligence Policy

Deputy Counsels for Intelligence Policy

Name Term Notes
Mark Bradley ? - present Dates uncertain
Robert O. Davis 2000? Dates uncertain
Daniel J. Gallington 1996 Dates uncertain
Americo Cinquegrana 1980 - 1991

Deputy Counsels for Intelligence Operations

Name Term Notes
James A. Baker 1998 - May 2001
Allan N. Kornblum 1996 Dates uncertain
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