HPSCI

AcronymDefinition
HPSCIHead Posture Spinal Curvature Instrument (orthopedics)
HPSCIHouse Permanent Subcommittee on Intelligence
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"On multiple occasions, including on or about December 1, 2017, STONE told Person 2 that Person 2 should do a "Frank Pentangeli" before HPSCI in order to avoid contradicting STONEs testimony.
Clearly, more effective reporting procedures are required to ensure that key lawmakers and staff on the SSCI and HPSCI -- not just the Gang of Eight -- are well informed about intelligence operations.
Abbreviations: AHT = anterior head translation, C2 = second cervical (vertebra), C7 = seventh cervical (vertebra), CI = confidence interval, CV = craniovertebral, EHPI = Electronic Head Posture Instrument, FHP = forward head posture, HPSCI = Head Posture Spinal Curvature Instrument, ICC = intraclass correlation coefficient, NPQ = Northwick Park Questionnaire, NPRS = Numeric Pain Rating Scale.
From a legislative perspective the HPSCI, to its credit, has been attempting to lead the way on intelligence cyberspace issues.
(77) See, e.g., Taipale, HPSCI Testimony, supra note 53 at 5-6
This casual attitude contrasts starkly with the reaction of Michigan's Peter Hoekstra, the chairman of the House Permanent Select Intelligence Committee (HPSCI), the other committee on which Cunningham sat.
In 1976, senators created a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) and, in 1977, representatives followed suit with a House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).
There will also be briefings from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).
In fact, a fair number of NSA-observers assert that the agency has done a poor job of keeping pace with the progress of technology.(84) Richelson specifically cites the expanding use of fiber-optic cables,(85) the increased sophistication of encryption,(86) and the recent explosion in the volume in communications as the three factors that have severely impacted the NSA's ability to collect and analyze communications.(87) The difficulty that recent technological advancement poses to agencies such as the NSA was alluded to by John Millis, Staff Director of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), when he said in 1998 that "[s]ignals intelligence is in a crisis....
It was the subject of two investigations, one undertaken by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) and the other by the executive branch's Aspin-Brown Commission.