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Is there a difference between federal or government intelligence ?

Asked by EtherRoom (384points) June 5th, 2011

What does federal intelligence mean ? What does government intelligence mean ? Are they the same thing ?

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iamthemob's avatar

Not necessarily. Government can work at the Federal, State and municipal levels (among others). So Federal intelligence may be more specific than government;

josie's avatar

In either case, it might be an oxymoron.
See @iamthemob

john65pennington's avatar

Our governments are at three levels, Federal, State and Local. All three levels have the power to raise taxes and institute new laws. To answer your questions, they are essentially the same, just different levels.

CaptainHarley's avatar

They are both oxymorons: “Federal-intelligence” and “Government-intelligence.”

Bagardbilla's avatar

DAaaaMmmNnn YOU @josie ( John Stewart’s Voice), you beat me to it. And no it’s not a joke.
Guess, now i have to lurve you.

quarkquarkquark's avatar

maybe if you provided some context?

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