served as director of the CIA (2006-2009) and deputy director of National Intelligence (2005-2006) when world events were changing at an accelerated rate.
What does DDNI stand for?
DDNI stands for Deputy Director of National Intelligence
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- Military and Government
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- Dispersed Data Network Consultants (New Zealand)
- Drug Discovery for Neurodegeneration (conference)
- National Unity Democratic Movement (Kyrgyzstan)
- Distribution Discount Nord Gironde (French: Distribution Discount North Gironde)
- Danube Delta National Institute (Romania)
- Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence
- Digital Delivery Networks Inc.
- Delta Dental of New Jersey
- Disciplines Dites Non Linguistiques (French: Non-Linguistic Disciplines)
- Data Did Not Match (gaming)
- Drobny Dlouhodoby Nehmotny Majetek (Czech: Accounting and Registration of Small-Scale Intangible Assets)
- Dirt Diggers North Motorcycle Club (California)
- Dissociative Disorder Not Otherwise Specified
- Danube-Drava National Park (Hungary)
- Diazodinitrophenol (Explosive)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kerr has held numerous executive positions in both government and private industry including serving as the principal deputy director of National Intelligence, fifteenth director of the National Reconnaissance Office; deputy director for Science and Technology at the Central Intelligence Agency; and assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in charge of the Laboratory Division.
Before becoming ''mission manager for North Korea'' at ODNI in November last year, Copeland was ODNI's associate deputy director of national intelligence for collection, according to ODNI.
European Command; commander of the Air Intelligence Agency; director of the Joint Command and Control Warfare Center; director of the National Security Agency; and, as I said, principal deputy director of National Intelligence.
Thomas Fingar, a deputy director of national intelligence, told Congress last week it would not be difficult to inflict serious damage on US defence capabilities by targeting its satellites.
To break the lock-step culture that allowed the disastrous mistake on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, Deputy Director of National Intelligence Thomas Fingar ordered that analysts be given more information about sources and, rather than trying to fit information into pre-existing boxes to prove a case, they should simply explain what it meant.
Hayden, the former principal deputy director of national intelligence.
General Hayden has been out of the Pentagon since 1999, first running the National Security Agency and lately as Deputy Director of National Intelligence, meaning essentially at the White House.