This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of DCI
We have 331 other definitions for DCI
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dean of the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy(Tufts) and Former Commander, US European Command, Supreme Allied Commander Europe; The Honorable William Webster , Former Director Federal Bureau of Investigation, Former Director of Central Intelligence, and Chairman of the Board of the Homeland Security Advisory Council; Ambassador R.
Following his retirement from the Air Force in 1969, General Thomas served on the staff of the Director of Central Intelligence and as a consultant in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Bush's newly-appointed Director of Central Intelligence.
Bush signed executive orders giving the director of central intelligence interim authority of a national intelligence director until that post is created by Congress.
The 1997 establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director of Central Intelligence Environment Center (whose duties have since been folded back into the agency's Office of Transnational Issues) signaled a growing concern among U.
Garnering information from various sources including former director of central intelligence James Woolsey, Garner tries to make sense of the tragedy that claimed thousands of lives, reports the New York Times.
If the CIA, the director of Central Intelligence, had said 'Take this out of the speech', it would have been gone without question".
Sources: Office of the Director of Central Intelligence, Federation of American Scientists' Intelligence Resource Program, and James Bamford, author of The Puzzle Palace: A Report on America's Most Secret Agency.