Overview Edit

The Intelligence Oversight Board (IOB) is a component of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board (PIAB). It was created in 1976 by President Ford in response to recommendations made by the Rockefeller Commission calling for a Presidential-level body with specific oversight responsibilities for the legality and propriety of U.S. intelligence activities. In September 1993, President Clinton established the IOB as a standing committee of the PIAB, with the Chairman of the IOB reporting through the Chairman of the PIAB.

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