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IC Vet Amy McAuliffe to Chair National Intelligence Council

Office of the Director of National Intelligence ODNIAmy McAuliffe, a 20-year Intelligence Community veteran and a CIA officer, has been appointed by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper as chair of the National Intelligence Council.

McAuliffe will succeed the departing Gregory Treverton and provide intelligence to the U.S. president, military chiefs and policymakers to help facilitate decisions on national security issues, Clapper said in a news release published Friday.

McAuliffe served in management and leadership roles at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s president’s daily brief staff and CIA’s office of Middle East and North African analysis.

Treverton, who will return to academia, was appointed NCI chairman and adviser to Clapper in September 2014.

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