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Profile: Kenneth deGraffenreid

 
  

Positions that Kenneth deGraffenreid has held:

  • Deputy National Counterintelligence Executive
  • Formerly Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Support
  • Senior Director of Intelligence Programs, National Security Council (1981-1987)
  • Senior professional staff member, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (1977-81)
  • Senior Fellow on Intelligence, National Strategy Information Center
  • Captain, U.S Navy Reserves


 

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Kenneth deGraffenreid actively participated in the following events:

 
  

(late March 2003)      US Military

       Stephen Cambone, the new undersecretary of defense for intelligence, acquires control of all of the Pentagon's special-access programs (SAPs) related to the war on terrorism. SAPs, also known as “black” programs, are so secret that “some special-access programs are never fully briefed to Congress.” SAPs were previously monitored by Kenneth deGraffenreid, who unlike Cambone (see February 4, 2003), had experience in counter-intelligence programs. [The New Yorker, 5/24/2004 Sources: Unnamed former intelligence officials]
People and organizations involved: US Congress, Kenneth deGraffenreid, Stephen A. Cambone
          

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