The bill would create a national intelligence center and director.
Neither the state police nor the intelligence center would comment about it on Monday.
Who will run the huge air bases and intelligence centers built by the Russians?
The post was a major intelligence center for the European Theater.
Jake Grafton went to the ship's intelligence center to see what the computers could tell him.
They followed Pritch out the door and down the passageway to the intelligence center.
There was an additional television for the closed circuit briefs from the carrier's intelligence center.
In fact, and as suggested by the sign outside, the Intelligence Center had started off as the senior staff television room.
The gestalt creature's intelligence center is spread throughout its component creatures, and several are dead now.
Admission to the Intelligence Center alone is a lofty privilege!
Like every other intelligence headquarters Waterhouse had seen, it is a great disappointment.
By the thousands they shared his 6-foot-by-4-foot cell at the intelligence headquarters in Baghdad.
Other than one civilian casualty, the operation seemed completely successful: the intelligence headquarters was demolished.
The rest of the American soldiers there deliver supplies, gather intelligence, staff headquarters, fly helicopters and other jobs.
"My second interrogation came at the intelligence headquarters," Mr. Simon said.
They want to blow up your reactor and intelligence headquarters.
But the evidence it has produced after three days seems too thin to justify the cruise missile attack on Iraq's intelligence headquarters last weekend.
Fighting broke out on 3 January 2012, at a building used as intelligence headquarters by the Gaddafi government.
To begin with they get taken to intelligence headquarters and get treated at first with extra suspicion.
But attitudes toward them turned bitter after the bombing of the airliner and the intelligence headquarters.