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National Security Archive Collection (5,292 Books)


The National Security Archive is a non-governmental, non-profit research and archival institution located within The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.. It archives and publishes declassified U.S. government files concerning selected topics of American foreign policy. The Archive collects and analyzes the documents of many various government institutions obtained via the Freedom of Information Act. The Archive then selects documents to be published in the form of manuscripts and microfiche.

 
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Memorandum Opinion (As Corrected and Amended)

By: Department of National Security

JURISDICTION Section 1S03 of the FISA which established this Court provides that the Court shall have jurisdiction to hear applications for and grant orders approving electronic surveillance anywhere within the United States under the procedures set forth in this Act The comparable provision added when the PISA was amended to include physical searches appears in 1822(c) entitled Jurisdiction of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, and says...

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Hearings before the Subcommittee of Legislation Select Committee o...

By: Department of National Security

The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 9.07 o'clock a.m., in room 2362, Rayburn House Office Building, the Honorable Morgan F. Murphy, chairman of the subcommittee, presiding. Present: Representatives Murphy (presiding), Mazzoli, and Mc- Clory. Also present: Thomas K. Latimer, staff director; Michael J. O'Neil, chief counsel; Patrick G. Long, associate counsel; Bill Funk, and Bernard Raimo, professional staff members. Mr. MURPIIYT. he meeting will come to order. Wi...

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Hearing before the Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures of...

By: Department of National Security

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Joint Hearings before the Subcommittee or Administration Practice ...

By: Department of National Security

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Maine Beet Sugar Plant

By: Department of National Security

Clark Mollenhoff will break this week an exclusive story on the tie-in between Senator Muskie and the about to be defunct Maine beet cugar plant. The EDA \vill lose $13 million (all of it guaranteed during the Johnson Administration) when the Maine sugar plant files for bankruptcy. The loans were approved by Muskie associates, one of whom subsequentlyJoined his staff. There is a good bit of financial relationship with the promoter and I believe a fair amount o hanky pan'...

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Hearings before the Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, And t...

By: Department of National Security

The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 10:10 a.m., in room 2237, Rayburn Rouse OEce Building, the Honorable Robert W. Kastenrneier [chairman of the subcoliimlttee] presiding. Present: Eepresentatives Iastemxeier, Danielson, Drinan, Pattison, Bailsbacli, and Wiggins. Also present: Bruce A. Lelmaa, counsel; Timotliy A. Boggs, professional staff meniber; Thomas E. Mooney, associate counsel. Mr. KASTENXEIERT.h e subcommittee will come to order. This morning tlie subcom...

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Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures Of' the Committee on ...

By: Department of National Security

The legislation strikes a delicate balance between protection of national security and the protection of the human liberties and rights of the american 'people. It would substitute carefully prescribed accountability and oversight for the arbitrariness of the past. S. 1566 requires that all foreigp intelligence electronic surveillance in the united states be subject to a judicial warrant requirement based on probable cause. The courts, not the executive; ultimately rule ...

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Hearings before the Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, And t...

By: Department of National Security

The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:02 a.m., in room 2237, Rayburn House Office Building, the Honorable Robert W. Kastenmeier (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding. Present: Representatives Kastenmeier, Drinan, Ertel and Railsback. Also present: Representatives Mazzoli and McClory. Staff present: Bruce A. Lehman, counsel; Timothy A. Boggs, professional staff member; and Joseph V. Wolfe, associate counsel. Mr. KASTENMEIETRh.e committee will come to order. Th...

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Electronic Surveillance Within the United States for Foreign Intel...

By: Department of National Security

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Rules of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court

By: Department of National Security

This court shall be known as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

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United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review

By: Department of National Security

Per Curiam: This is the first appeal from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to the Court of Review since the passage of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), 50 U.S.C. 1801-1862 (West 1991 and Supp. 2002), in 1978. This appeal is brought by the United States from a FISA court surveillance order which imposed certain restrictions on the government. Since the government is the only party to FISA proceedings, we have accepted briefs filed by the Americ...

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Dod Guidance on Attorney General Freedom of Information Act (Foia)...

By: Department of National Security

On October 12, 2001, the Attorney General (AG) issued a memorandum for all heads of federal departments and agencies concerning the FOIA. On October 15, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of Information and Privacy (OIP) distributed the AG memorandum and stated that the new policy supersedes the previous FOIA policy statement issued by DOJ in October 1993. Copies of the AG and OIP memorandums are attached. On October 18, 2001, a FOIA officers conference was host...

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Foia Improvement Plan

By: Department of National Security

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) maintains a decentralized FOIA process, in which we operate and staff 13 FOIA Requester Service Centers at each of our NASA Centers or components. This approach enables NASA to reduce our FOIA request processing time and provide a quicker response to the public requesters.

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Fy 2003 Annual Freedom of Information Act Report Amended : January...

By: Department of National Security

Partial grant ? an agency decision to disclose a record in part in response to a FOIA request, deleting information determined to be exempt under one or more of the FOIA's exemptions; or a decision to disclose some records in their entireties, but to withhold others in whole or in part.

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Privacy Office 2004 Annual Freedom of Information Act Report to th...

By: Department of National Security

Emergency Preparedness & Response Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Vicky Lewis Ph: 02-646-4115; Fax: 202-646-4536 FOIA Officer 500 C Street, SW, Room 840 Washington, DC 20472...

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Withholding of Personally Identifying Information under the Freedo...

By: Department of National Security

The President has declared a national emergency by reason of the terrorist attacks on the United States. In the attached memorandum, the Deputy Secretary of Defense emphasizes the responsibilities all DoD personnel have towards operations security and the increased risks to US military and civilian personnel, DoD operational capabilities, facilities and resources. All Department of Defense personnel should have a heightened security awareness concerning their day-to-day ...

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Warrantless National Security Wiretaps

By: Department of National Security

Any discussion of warrantless wiretapping in the United States in recent years sooner or later reaches a central contradiction. In private, a President will say that wiretapping has never been useful, while in public warrantless wiretapping is staunchly defended as absolutely vital to the security of the United States ? so vital that the relevance of the Fourth Amendment fades before it and the President has inherent powers to determine-when to suspend the Bill of Rights.

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My Wiretap Lawsuit

By: Department of National Security

The violations of constitutional rights by the intelligence community ? long since revealed and now being augmented by the hearings of the Senate Intelligence Committee ? should leave no doubt of the need for fundamental change. Some abuses resulted from presidential orders, such as the CIA's investigation of the anti-war movement; others, such as the CIA mail opening and COINTELPRO, were carefully concealed from the White House. It is not enough to place faith in having...

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Warrants for Wiretaps

By: Department of National Security

In response to continuing publicity about the abuse of asserted presidential power to conduct electronic surveillance without a warrant. Attorney General Levi has finally been persuaded to support legislation designed to remedy the problem. This bill, S. 3197 and its counterpart H.R. 12750, have been introduced on behalf of the administration by Senator Kennedy and Chairman Rodino of the House Judiciary Committee. The bills appear to be a substantial step forward, and indeed they could be.

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The Administration's Wiretap Reform Bills. 1566

By: Department of National Security

Senator Edward Kennedy has recently introduced a revised national security wiretap bill, S. 1566, which has the support of the Carter Administration and a bi-partisan group of Con-gresspersons across a broad political spectrum. It is now very likely that, at long last, a bill will be passed to regulate electronic surveillance on national security grounds and to require a judicial warrant for all such surveillance, at least in the United States. -- This seems, therefore, ...

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