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1 Civilian Intelligence Organizations
FBI, Dep’t of Energy, Dep’t Homeland Security DHS, State Dep’t Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) Dep’t of Treasury, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)

2 2004-present PFIAB - President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
IOB - Intelligence Oversight Board SSCI - Senate Select Committee on Intelligence HPSCI - House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence TFI - U.S. Treasury - Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence


4 FBI National Security Branch
The NSB was formed by the unification of the FBI's various national security and intelligence gathering units (2005) FBI Counterterrorism Division, FBI Counterintelligence Division FBI Directorate of Intelligence FBI Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate Terrorist Screening Center

5 FBI Directorate of Intelligence
is a division of the National Security Branch of the FBI. authority and responsibility over all FBI intelligence functions, including  information sharing policy &  intelligence analysis  for national security, homeland security, and law enforcement needs. carries out its functions through embedded intelligence elements at FBI Headquarters and in each field division.

6 United States Department of Energy
Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence (OICI) to gather and analyze intelligence on nuclear weapons, nuclear proliferation, nuclear energy, radioactive waste and energy security. Its most important function to the Intelligence Community is its assessments of foreign nuclear weapons programs. It also provides scientific expertise, analysis and technology. Provides assessments of foreign nuclear weapons programs.


8 Dept of Homeland Security: Office of Intelligence & Analysis (OIA)
The Department of Homeland Security works in the civilian sphere to protect the United States within, at, and outside its borders. Its goal is to prepare for, prevent, and respond to domestic emergencies, particularly terrorism Office of Intelligence & Analysis (OIA) is responsible for developing Department-wide intelligence services through managing collection, analysis and fusion of intelligence throughout DHS. OIA disseminates intelligence throughout the Department, to the other members of the United States Intelligence Community, and to first responders at the state and local level.

9 Department of State: Bureau of Intelligence and Research
The Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) draws on intelligence from a range of sources to provide continuous independent analysis of global events to the secretary of state and other diplomatic policymakers INR's primary mission is to harness intelligence to serve U.S. diplomacy. The bureau also analyzes geographical and international boundary issues.

10 Dep’t of the Treasury: Office of Intelligence & Analysis (OIA)
The Office of Intelligence and Analysis (OIA) was established by the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2004. The Act specifies that OIA shall be responsible for the receipt, analysis, collation, and dissemination of foreign intelligence and foreign counterintelligence information related to the operation and responsibilities of the Department of the Treasury. OIA’s mission is to provide: Expert analysis and intelligence production on financial and other support networks for terrorist groups, proliferators, and other key national security threats; Timely, accurate, and focused intelligence support on the full range of economic, political, and security issues.

11 Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
The Drug Enforcement Administration is responsible for enforcing the controlled substance laws and regulations of the United States. GOAL - enhance the U.S.’s efforts to reduce the supply of drugs, protect national security, and combat global terrorism DEA’s Office of National Security Intelligence (ONSI)

12 DEA’s Office of National Security Intelligence (ONSI)
Became a member of the IC in 2006. Drug intelligence – 3 categories: tactical, investigative, and strategic. Tactical intelligence is evaluated information on which immediate enforcement action--arrests, seizures, and interdictions--can be based. Investigative intelligence provides analytical support to investigations and prosecutions to dismantle criminal organizations and gain resources. Strategic intelligence focuses on the current picture of drug trafficking from cultivation to distribution that can be used for management decision making, resource deployment, and policy planning.

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