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The Security Policy Board (SPB) is an advisory committee created by President Clinton in 1994 via Presidential Decision Directive 29 (PDD-29) ("Security Policy Coordination"), in which he redesignated the Joint Security Executive Committee, established by the deputy Secretary of Defense and the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), as the SPB. The SPB reported to the president through the National Security Advisor on matters of security policy. Its mandate was to consider policy directives and to review and propose legislative initiatives and executive orders relating to U.S. security policy, and to coordinate interagency agreements and resolve conflicts. The SPB was abolished by President Bush on April 24, 2001, pursuant to National Security Presidential Directive 1.

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