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The Director of Central Intelligence Directives (DCIDs) were formerly the principal instrument for defining intelligence community-wide policies. Since the establishment and the appointment of the Director of National Intelligence in 2005, however, many DCIDs have been updated, modified, replaced or reissued by the DNI as Intelligence Community Directives (ICDs).

DCIDs discussed in this wiki include:

  • DCID 1/7: "Security Controls on the Dissemination of Intelligence Information" (Apr. 12, 1995).
  • DCID 1/14: "Personnel Security Standards and Procedures Governing Eligibility for Access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)," together with Annex A effective Auq. 12, 1994 and Annex B effective Apr. 14, 1994 (Jan, 22, 1992) (reprinted Apr. 12, 1995).
  • DCID 1/16: "Security Policy for Uniform Protection of Intelligence Processed in Automated Information Systems and Networks" (July 1988).
  • DCID 1/19: "Security Policy for Sensitive Compartmented Information" and "Security Policy Manual" (Mar. 1, 1995).
  • DCID 1/20: "Security Policy Concerning Travel and Assignment of Personnel with Access to Sensitive Compartmented Information" (Dec. 1991) (Annex A rescinded Dec. 1994)
  • DCTD 1/21: "Physical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs)" (Jan. 30, 1994).
  • DCID 1/22: "Technical Surveillance Countermeasures" (July 1985).
  • DCID 3/1: "National Foreign intelligence Board" (June 15, 1995).
  • DCID 3/28: "Committee on International Organized Crime Intelligence Issues" (Dec. 13, 1994).

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