The Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) was established under the Intelligence Services Act 1994 to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the UK's three intelligence and security agencies: the Security Service, the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) and the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). The Committee's annual report details its work in relation to these matters, as well as examining a number of other Agency-related matters and wider intelligence community issues, and makes 18 conclusions and recommendations. The report covers the period May 2004 to March 2005, and has been completed early this year to allow for its publication prior to the dissolution of Parliament, in light of the General Election in May 2005. The Government's response to this report is also available (Cm. 6515, ISBN 010165152X).
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