<ul><li>In his remarks, Clapper spoke at length about the threat of terrorism and the security-related
implications of globalization. Why do you think he sees these two themes as meriting particular attention in assessing worldwide threats?</li><li>Given the range and extent of the threats noted by Clapper in his remarks, how might his proposal to reduce the Office of the DNI in size and budget affect the Office's ability to fulfill its mission? What steps might the Office take to "do more with less"— a challenge facing more and more organizations?</li><li>Clapper notes a desire to integrate intelligence across disciplines and agencies. What steps could he and leaders from other organizations take to help foster this kind of integration and collaboration, and to heal historically strained relationships between members of the intelligence community?</li><li>Use the Internet to learn more about the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. What are the Committee's responsibilities? What is its relationship to the Office of the DNI?</li></ul>
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