Everyone here today is united by the same goal: to train, recruit, and hire American workers. Thanks to our tremendous economic successes (and we've had a lot of them), we've never been more successful as a country than we are right now. The numbers coming out are beyond what anyone ever thought possible. We're in the longest positive job growth streak in American history. African-American unemployment has reached its lowest level ever, as has Hispanic unemployment. Asian unemployment has also reached its lowest level in history. Women's unemployment, unfortunately, is still not at its lowest level in American history, but we expect it to reach that milestone within about two weeks. Not bad, considering it's only been 65 years. We're asking businesses and organizations across the country to sign our new pledge to America's workers. Today, 23 companies and associations have pledged to expand apprenticeships. It's interesting for me to mention "The Apprentice" since I never actually put that together until just now. It was a good experience, I must say. By signing the pledge to America's workers, these great companies (and they truly are great, among the greatest in the world) are affirming their commitment to train American workers for American jobs. Because America's strength, heart, and soul are found in our people, above all else, I'm going to sign the Executive Order. [Applause, applause.
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The President determines that, after consultation with the Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, and the Director of Central Intelligence, an immediate risk exists that-- (1) the government of Sierra Leone will not be able to defend itself against threats from ongoing hostilities; or (2) public safety and international relations will be jeopardized by the use by persons in the government or private sector of any means of intimidation or coercion, whether physical, chemical, or nuclear, to disrupt civil society and weaken opposition to or political opposition; in view of such risk, the President, through his respective heads of (1) the executive branch, the National Security Council, the Department of State, the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), directs the following: (i) That the President establish with appropriate congressional committees an appropriate, independent, and resourced United States intelligence organization with the authority and function to conduct comprehensive, effective, and timely analytic, operational, and support activities to support the Department of Defense and the national security strategy, operations, and plans of the United States; that such body shall coordinate and be subject to the authority, direction, and control of (A) the Chief, Intelligence Community (CIC) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), and (B) the Secretary of Defense as Director of National Intelligence (DI); (ii) That such intelligence organization shall have the primary responsibility for the intelligence needed to support and sustain U.S. policy and national security objectives in all forms of foreign intelligence; and (iii) That such intelligence organization shall not conduct operational or collection-based analysis, nor direct or coordinate military or paramilitary forces nor operate in clandestine operations, outside the United States; except that, with respect to a particular foreign country, the President may limit the operational activities of such intelligence organization if such actions will not be detrimental to the national security of the United States, or otherwise inconsistent with the goals and objectives of the policy and national security of the United States or U.S. national security strategy. ENSIGN GOALS, ESTABLISHED BY PROBLEM. The President shall, to the maximum extent consistent with national security and with each applicable law, establish and implement an intelligence mission and goal for the intelligence activities of the United States (hereafter referred to as an “Intelligence Goal”). The President shall have overall responsibility and direction for providing the intelligence related to the intelligence goals.
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