Capabilities and limitations of domestic intelligence efforts

What are the capabilities and limitations of domestic intelligence efforts in supporting the homeland security enterprise? Do you feel that the U.S. is appropriately structured and resourced to adequately provide timely, accurate and actionable domestic intelligence to support the entire spectrum of intelligence users (customers) from the Federal government down to state and local agencies (both now and into the future)?

Capabilities and limitations of domestic intelligence efforts

What are the capabilities and limitations of domestic intelligence efforts in supporting the homeland security enterprise?

Do you feel that the U.S. is appropriately structured and resourced to adequately provide timely, accurate and actionable domestic intelligence to support the entire spectrum of intelligence users (customers) from the Federal government down to state and local agencies (both now and into the future)?

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What role does intelligence play in homeland security?
A key role of the IC is to ensure the security of the U.S. and its citizens, including supporting the Department of Homeland Security. However, as noted in a February 1, 2019 report, “The U.S. Intelligence Community: Homeland Security – Issues in the 116th Congress,” authored by Michael E.