Definition of interdepartmental intelligence

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interdepartmental intelligence

'interdepartmental intelligence' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Integrated departmental intelligence that is required by departments and agencies of the United States Government for the execution of their missions but which transcends the exclusive competence of a single department or agency to produce'.

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