Intelligence Law Glossary - Produce


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Produce

Administrative Law

32 CFR § 1703.2 [32 CFR CHAPTER XVII—OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE: 32 CFR PART 1703—PRODUCTION OF ODNI INFORMATION OR MATERIAL IN PROCEEDINGS BEFORE FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL OR OTHER GOVERNMENT ENTITY OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION]

The following definitions apply to this part:
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Production or Produce:
The disclosure of ODNI information or material in response to a demand.

32 CFR § 1805.2 [32 CFR CHAPTER XVIII—NATIONAL COUNTERINTELLIGENCE CENTER: 32 CFR PART 1805—PRODUCTION OF OFFICIAL RECORDS OR DISCLOSURE OF OFFICIAL INFORMATION IN PROCEEDINGS BEFORE FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENTITIES OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION]

For the purpose of this part:
[…]
Production or produce
means the disclosure of:
(1) Any material contained in the files of NACIC; or
(2) Any information relating to material contained in the files of NACIC, including but not limited to summaries of such information or material, or opinions based on such information or material; or
(3) Any information acquired by persons while such persons were employees of NACIC as a part of the performance of their official duties or because of their official status or association with NACIC; in response to a demand upon an employee of NACIC.

32 CFR § 1905.2(d) [32 CFR CHAPTER XIX—CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY: 32 CFR PART 1905—PRODUCTION OF OFFICIAL RECORDS OR DISCLOSURE OF OFFICIAL INFORMATION IN PROCEEDINGS BEFORE FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION]

For the purpose of this part:
(d) Production or produce
means the disclosure of:
(1) Any material contained in the files of CIA; or
(2) Any information relating to material contained in the files of CIA, including but not limited to summaries of such information or material, or opinions based on such information or material; or
(3) Any information acquired by persons while such persons were employees of CIA as a part of the performance of their official duties or because of their official status or association with CIA; in response to a demand upon an employee of CIA.