The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is a company and organization based in the United States, with its headquarters located in the J. Edgar Hoover Building. It was founded on July 26, 1908 by J. Edgar Hoover, Theodore Roosevelt, and Charles Joseph Bonaparte. The FBI is a subsidiary of the United States Department of Justice and operates primarily in the areas of law enforcement, cybercrime, and cybersecurity.
The official name of the organization is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, but it is commonly referred to as the FBI. The FBI has two subsidiaries: the FBI National Security Branch and the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division. The company's legal name is FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION and it has a DUNS number of 130832434 as well as a CAGE code of 09305. The full address of the organization is WASHINGTON, DC, United States, 20535.
The organization operates primarily in Washington, D.C., and Washington state. With a total of 35,104 employees, the FBI falls within the 10,000 - 49,999 employees category. The organization has a NAICS code of 561611 and is an instance of a Company and Organization.