Summary: France's opposition Tuesday called for the resignation of the head of the country's domestic intelligence agency, a friend of President Nicolas Sarkozy, after he was charged over spying on a journalist.
What does DOMINT stand for?
DOMINT stands for Domestic Intelligence
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Digest Values for Document Object Model
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- Dictionary of Musical Instruments (book)
- Digestible Organic Matter Intake
- Diseases of the Most Impoverished Program (est. 2000)
- Dortmunder Mineralstoffverwertungs GmbH (German recycling company)
- Durée Minimale d'Utilisation (French: Minimum Duration of Use)
- Distributed Open Messaging Interface Network of Small and Medium Sized Industries-oriented Centres
- DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) Object-oriented Model of Intelligence Operations
- Distributed Overlay for Monitoring Internet Outbreaks
- Distributed Object Management Integration System
- Demonstrate Open Messaging Interface in Computing Clusters and Storage Systems
- Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom (Cory Doctorow science fiction novel)
- Drawing Office Material Manufacturers and Dealers Association (UK)
- Department of the Marine and Natural Resources (Ireland)
- Diffractive Optics and Micro-Optics (professional conference)
- Doubly Occupied Molecular Orbital
- Dream of Mirror Online (video game)
- Decree of the Minister of Agriculture (Indonesia)
- Differentially-Phase-Encoded Orthogonally-Multiplexed Orthogonal Phase Modulation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Shearson* The February 26, 2009 revelation in the Los Angeles Times that FBI domestic intelligence informant and ex-convict Craig Monteilh and others were paid handsomely to spy on Muslim Americans in their houses of worship in Southern California should come as no surprise.
The question of whether to create a standalone domestic intelligence agency for counter-terrorism comes down to some cold, hard math, said The Rand Corp.