National Security Council Deputies Committee
The National Security Council Deputies Committee is a committee of the United States National Security Council comprising the deputies to senior members of the United States Cabinet. Outside the cabinet, it is the highest level interagency committee dealing with issues of national security. The committee was established in 1989 by incoming president, George H. W. Bush, and retained by his successors Bill Clinton and George W. Bush as an instrument of policy.
Council members include:
- the Deputy National Security Advisor (Chairman)
- the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
- the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
- the Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
- the Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development
- the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
- the Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs
- the Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy
- Senate Report of Pre-war Intelligence on Iraq, 2004 - X. White Paper on Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction Programs, p. 287, footnote 35
- Morris, Scott. "Maybe the Trump Administration Just Elevated Development Policy, or Maybe Not". Center for Global Development.
- NSPD-1 - Organization of the National Security Council System, 13 February, 2001
- Presidential Memorandum Organization of the National Security Council and the Homeland Security Council
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