Defence Intelligence - Organisation - Deputy Chief of Defence Intelligence (DCDI)

Deputy Chief of Defence Intelligence (DCDI)

DCDI manages the analysis and production directorates of Defence Intelligence (known as the Defence Intelligence Analytical Staff or DIAS). These include directorates for: - Strategic Assessments - Capability (weapons systems and platforms) Assessments - Counter Proliferation - Operations - Development and Support

DCDI is currently Mr Nick Gurr.

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