Intelligence & Espionage

Crime and terrorist activity are an ever- present threat to our Nation. Therefore, when it comes to national security, it is vital that the men and women of our national intelligence community collect reliable domestic and foreign intelligence information involving criminal, clandestine and warlike activity. To help you learn more about the importance of domestic, national and foreign intelligence gathering, the U.S. Government Pulishing Office (GPO) offers the following publications focusing on intelligence and espionage.

The updated Legal Training Handbook is an essential reference for the law enforcement and intelligence community personnel that chase down criminal activity.   Other legal guidance available to this group include the FCPA: A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices ActBank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering Examination Manual, and more can be found in our Ethics & Code of Conduct resources collection.   

You may also want to check out official books  produced by the U.S. CIA, U.S. FBI, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. State Department.

 

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Policy Analysis in National Security Affairs: New Methods for a New Era
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Policy Analysis in National Security Affairs: New Methods for a New Era

Policy Analysis in National Security Affairs: New Methods for a New Era

Directors of the Central Intelligence as Leaders of the United States Intelligence Community, 1946-2005
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Directors of the Central Intelligence as Leaders of the United States Intelligence Community, 1946-2005

Directors of the Central Intelligence as Leaders of the United States Intelligence Community, 1946-2005

Estimative Products on Vietnam 1948-1975
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Estimative Products on Vietnam 1948-1975

Estimative Products on Vietnam 1948-1975

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