Intelligence Law School - Course 1: Lesson 4.7.1 General Management Statutes Generally


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LESSON 4: STATUTORY LAW


4.7 General Management Statutes (U.S. Code Titles 5 and 44)


4.7.1 General Management Statutes Generally


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4.7.1 General Management Statutes Generally

In addition to agency-specific organic or enabling acts, framework statutes, and penal laws you also have a fourth and final category of general management statutes that apply to all agencies across the board.

There are a lot of exceptions in many of these statutes for matters related to national security, but, in the absence of a specific exemption, they apply equally to the actions of all intelligence agencies regardless of their function, or cultural aversion to the rule of law.

 

Ø  I’m looking at you, DoD.

Ø  Just kidding.

 

I’m going to run through a list of some of the most important General Management Statutes, to give you an idea of what’s covered.[1]

 

Footnotes

[1] This list of General Management Statutes was taken from a CRS Compendium of Management Laws. Congressional Research Serv., General Management Laws: A Compendium (2004), available at https://intelligencelaw.com/files/pdf/law_library/crs/RL30795_5-19-2004.pdf.

 


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