During a meeting of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee on January 31, Clapper alleged that Iran is "now more willing to conduct an attack in the United States".
What does SSIC stand for?
SSIC stands for Senate Select Intelligence Committee (US Congress)
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- Service de Soins Infirmiers à Domicile (French: Department of Nursing Homes)
- Southwest Symposium on Image Analysis and Interpretation
- Search for the Star in a Million (Philippines TV show)
- Structured and Scaled Interview to Assess Maladjustment (psychiatry)
- Savoury Snacks Information Bureau (UK)
- Short Standard Iron Bar (engineering)
- Silent Sinner in Blue (anime)
- Simple SIB
- Simplified Simple Biosphere
- Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior
- Sensor Source Intelligence Cell (military intelligence technology)
- Sintered Silicon Carbide
- Società Svizzera per Ingeneria Chimica
- Spread Spectrum Integrated Circuit
- Standard Subject Identification Code
- Statement on the System of Internal Control (UK)
- Subscriber System Integration Coordinator
- Sunshine State Insurance Company (Florida)
- System Safety Integration Contractor
- System Storage Interoperation Center (IBM)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He arrived at theassistant director's job in April 2008, just as the Senate Select Intelligence Committee was preparing to issue a blistering report on FBI intelligence capabilities.
Senator Jay Rockefeller, the Democrat and former governor of West Virginia who chairs the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, invested some $2 million in Pentagon contractors.
Speaking before the Senate Select Intelligence Committee before stepping down as head of the CIA, Woolsey said the CIA has, over the years, saved American companies billions of dollars worth of contracts that were almost stolen by corrupt foreign competitors.
The problem with the president's statement, recent reports from the Senate Select Intelligence Committee and the 9/11 Commission reveal, is that it flatly contradicted what his own intelligence agencies were telling him at the time about the threat--or in this case, the non-threat--from Saddam Hussein's Iraq.