National security and intelligence

Part of Cabinet Office

Latest from National security and intelligence

  1. National security vetting: advice for staff
  2. UK involvement with detainees in overseas counter-terrorism operations
  3. Joint Intelligence Committee Chair appointed: Sir Simon Gass

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What National security and intelligence does

The National Security Secretariat provides coordination on security and intelligence issues of strategic importance across government. Separately, the Joint Intelligence Organisation produces independent all-source assessments on issues of national security and foreign policy importance. By supporting the work of the National Security Council and the Joint Intelligence Committee respectively, they provide advice on these issues to the Prime Minister and other senior ministers.

National security and intelligence is part of the Cabinet Office.

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Sir Simon Gass
Sir Simon Gass
Chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee
Sir Mark Sedwill
Cabinet Secretary

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