posted on Aug, 1 2004 @ 05:56 PM
In response to the 9/11 commision's report, the President is expected to issue orders as early as Monday to begin reforming the intelligence
structure of the country. White House staff are still weighing suggestions made by the commision as far as the Intelligence Chief position.
WASHINGTON - President Bush will issue orders as early as Monday to implement some reforms suggested by the Sept. 11 commission, but White House
officials still are wrangling over the best way to create a new national intelligence czar.
Presidential advisers crafting the package of reforms Bush is to announce are not opposed to the panel's idea for a national director of
intelligence, but were still deciding whether the post should be placed inside the White House, a senior administration official said Sunday on
condition of anonymity.
The president will embrace the recommendations, "but that doesn't mean everything is going to be exactly the same" as the panel has suggested, the
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It appears that some of the suggestions will take place soon, but most of the report will still have to be analyzed to come up with the best
solutions for the future of the country's intel structure.
[edit on 8/1/04 by JacKatMtn]