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The United States Intelligence Community refers to a coalition of eighteen organizations that deal with different aspects of U.S. Intelligence.

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The U.S. Intelligence Community is a coalition of eighteen organizations, each addressing a different area of U.S. Intelligence. The IC's actions and objectives are determined by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and other U.S. policymakers who, working with the Intelligence Community's team, identify informational needs, concerns, and strategies. That said, the Intelligence Community has ongoing projects to gather and analyze intel in order to address the issues of terrorism, cybercrime, and weapons proliferation. The Intelligence Community produces products for use by the USU.S. government and policymakers. This includes the PresidentsPresident's Daily Brief, along with National Intelligence Estimates and other reports. These intelligence reports are prioritized by the National Security Strategy set out each year.

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The USIC is overseen by groups inside and outside the community, including the Presidentpresident, National Security Council, the Presidents Intelligence Advisory Board, the Intelligence Oversight Board, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and more. The Intelligence Community is also partners with U.S. Military; Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement in addition to

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Organizations within the Intelligence Community:
Independent Agencies:agencies

Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI): The DNI is the principal advisor theto the president as well as the head of the Intelligence Community. They work with the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence to manage and address national security interests. The DNI is appointed by the president with approval from the Senate. This offices manages national intelligence and the workings of the intelligence community. The DNI was established in 2004 by the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, an amendment to the The National Security Act of 1947. The ODNI works towards mission integration acting as the National Intelligence Mangers (NIM) through the following mission centers:

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Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): The CIA provides national security intelligence to policy makers,; their director is appointed by the Presidentpresident, with approval from the senate, and acts as the National Human Source Intelligence manager. The CIA includes seven departments: Directorate of Analysis, Directorate of Operations, Directorate of Science and Technology, Directorate of Support, Directorate of Digital Innovation, Mission Centers, and Offices of the Director.

  • Directorate of Analysis, Directorate of Operations, Directorate of Science and Technology, Directorate of Support, Directorate of Digital Innovation, Mission Centers, and Offices of the Director.
Defense Elements:

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA): The DIA is a defense and combat support agency, and is a major producer of foreign military intelligence. The director of the DIA serves as the principal adviser to the secretary of defense and to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding military intelligence, in addition to serving as the director of the Military Intelligence Board.

National Security Agency (NSA): The NSA is a highly technological and cryptologic organization that functions to protect U.S. information systems, in addition to producing foreign intelligence information. As such, they focus heavily on foreign language analysis and research and employ a wide array of specialistspecialists, including analysts, engineers, physicists, mathematicians, linguists, computer scientists, and researchers.

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National Reconnaissance Office (NRO): NRO builds, develops, and monitors reconnaissance satellites in order to provide intelligence regarding national security threats and environmental concern. They provide products to both the Central Intelligence Agency and the Department of Defense. The NRO is a DOD agency.

Air Force Intelligence: The U.S. Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (USAF ISR) Enterprise provides intelligence from airborne, space, and cyberspace sensors. They are responsible for readiness and training, as well as, providing intelligence for kinetic and non-kinetic effects on specified targets. USAF ISR is managed by AF/A2 - the USAF's Senior Intelligence Officer.

Army Intelligence and Security Command: G-2 manages the actions, objectives, policies and planning of the following five major military intelligence (MI) disciplines within the Army:Imagery Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, Human Intelligence, Measurement and Signature Intelligence, and Counterintelligence and Security Countermeasures.

  • Imagery Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, Human Intelligence, Measurement and Signature Intelligence, and Counterintelligence and Security Countermeasures.

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U.S. Space Force: The USSF is the newest addition the the Intelligence community and provides intel regarding space capabilities, vulnerabilities, and any space related or foreign threats, as well as intel collected via space missions. As a part of the Department of the Air Force, the USSF is under the leadership of the Secretary of the Air Force.

Office of Naval Intelligence: The Naval Intelligence Office is one of the oldest in the community and is the lead organization responsible for maritime related intelligence for use by decision makers and warfighting forces.

Other Agencies:
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Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis: The DHS is responsible for accessing and identifying current and future threats based on intelligence from multiple other agencies. They collect, analyze, manage, and present information pertaining to homeland security.

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U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence: The U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence focus is maritime safety, security, and stewardship. They provide intelligence relevant to matters of homeland security and the maritime domain.

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Department of Justice’s Federal Bureau of Investigation: As both an intelligence and law enforcement agency, the FBI aims to balance tactile and strategic work in objectively addressing and identifying threats to national security.

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The U.S. Intelligence Community is a coalition of eighteen organizations each addressing a different area of U.S. Intelligence. The IC's actions and objectives are determined by USthe Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and other U.S. policymakers who, working with the Intelligence Community's team, identify informational needs, concerns and strategies. That said, the Intelligence Community has ongoing projects to gather and analyze intel in order to address the issues of terrorism, cybercrime, and weapons proliferation. The Intelligence Community produces products for use by the US government and policymakers. This includes the Presidents Daily Brief, along with National Intelligence Estimates and other reports. These intelligence reports are prioritized by the National Security Strategy set out each year.

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The USIC is overseen by groups inside and outside the community, including the President, National Security councilCouncil, the Presidents Intelligence Advisory Board, Thethe Intelligence Oversight Board, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and more. The Intelligence Community is also partners with U.S. Military; Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement in addition to

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI): The DNI is the principal advisor the the president as well as the head of the Intelligence Community. They work with the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence to manage and address national security interests. The DNI is appointed by the president with approval from the Senate. This offices manages national intelligence and the workings of the intelligence community. The DNI was established in 2004 by the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, an amendment to the The National Security Act of 1947. The ODNI works towards mission integartionintegration acting as the National Intelligence Mangers (NIM) through the following National Intelligence Mangers (NIM) mission centers:

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Priorities and policies are established according to the Intelligence Community Directives as put forth by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Avril Haines is the current Director of National Intelligence since her appointment on January 21, 2021.

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI): The DNI is the principal advisor the the president as well as the head of the Intelligence Community. They work with the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence to manage and address national security interests. The DNI is appointed by the president with approval from the Senate. This offices manages national intelligence and the workings of the intelligence community. The DNI was established in 2004 by the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, an amendment to the The National Security Act of 1947. The ODNI works towards mission integartion acting as the following National Intelligence Mangers (NIM) mission centers:

  • National Counterproliferation Center (NCPC)
  • National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC)
  • National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC)
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Avril Haines

Director on National Intelligence.

James "Trey" Treadwell

Assistant Director of National Intelligence and IC Chief Financial Officer

Michael Waschull

Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Intelligence Community (IC)

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The U.S. Intelligence Community is a coalition of eighteen organizations each addressing a different area of U.S. Intelligence. The IC's actions and objectives are determined by US policymakers who, working with the Intelligence committeesCommunity's team, identify informational needs, concerns and strategies. That said, the Intelligence committeeCommunity has ongoing projects to gather and analyze intel in order to address the issues of terrorism, cybercrime, and weapons proliferation. The Intelligence Community produces products for use by the US government and policymakers. This includes the Presidents Daily Brief, along with National Intelligence Estimates and other reports. These intelligence reports are prioritized by the National Security Strategy set out each year.

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Priorities and policies are established according to the Intelligence Community DirectiveDirectives as put forth by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI): The DNI is the principal advisor the the president as well as the head of the Intelligence Community. They work with the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence to manage and address national security interests. The DNI is appointed by the president with approval from the Senate. This offices manages national intelligence and the workings of the intelligence community. The DNI was established in 2004 by the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, an amendment to the The National Security Act of 1947.

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Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): The CIA provides national security intelligence to policy makers, their director is appointed by the President, with approval from the senate, and acts as the National Human Source Intelligence manager. The CIA includes seven departments:

  • Directorate of Analysis, Directorate of Operations, Directorate of Science and Technology, Directorate of Support, Directorate of Digital Innovation, Mission Centers, and Offices of the Director.
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Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA): The DIA is a defense and combat support agency, and is a major producer of foreign military intelligence. The director of the DIA serves as the principal adviser to the secretary of defense and to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding military intelligence, in addition to serving as the director of the Military Intelligence Board.

National Security Agency (NSA): The NSA is a highly technological and cryptologic organization that functions to protect U.S. information systems, in addition to producing foreign intelligence information. As such, they focus heavily on foreign language analysis and research and employ a wide array of specialist including analysts, engineers, physicists, mathematicians, linguists, computer scientists, and researchers.

National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency (NGA): The NGA is a Department of Defense Combat Support Agency providing geospatial intel and support pertaining to national security threats as well as pursuing humanitarian efforts such as readiness for responses to natural disasters such as tracking floods and fires.

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO): NRO builds, develops and monitors reconnaissance satellites in order to provide intelligence regarding national security threats and environmental concern. They provide products to both the Central Intelligence Agency and the Department of Defense. The NRO is a DOD agency.

Air Force Intelligence: The U.S. Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (USAF ISR) Enterprise provides intelligence from airborne, space, and cyberspace sensors. They are responsible for readiness and training, as well as, providing intelligence for kinetic and non-kinetic effects on specified targets. USAF ISR is managed by AF/A2 - the USAF's Senior Intelligence Officer.

Army Intelligence and Security Command: G-2 manages the actions, objectives, policies and planning of the following five major military intelligence (MI) disciplines within the Army:

  • Imagery Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, Human Intelligence, Measurement and Signature Intelligence, and Counterintelligence and Security Countermeasures.

Marine Corps Intelligence: Marine Corps Intelligence primarily supports and provides battlefield support intel. The intelligence provided by the the MCI is both tactical and operational including geospatial intelligence, advanced geospatial intelligence, signals intelligence, human intelligence, and counterintelligence.

U.S. Space Force: The USSF is the newest addition the the Intelligence community and provides intel regarding space capabilities, vulnerabilities and any space related or foreign threats, as well as intel collected via space missions. As a part of the Department of the Air Force, the USSF is under the leadership of the Secretary of the Air Force.

Office of Naval Intelligence: The Naval Intelligence Office is one of the oldest in the community and is lead organization responsible for maritime related intelligence for use by decision makers and warfighting forces.

Other Agencies:

Department of Energy’s Office of Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence: The DOE protects intellectual property, technology, and national security information as well as providing scientific and technical support in response to foreign intelligence, terrorist and cyber threats.

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National Security Agency (NSA)

National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency (NGA)

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis: The DHS is responsible for accessing and identifying current and future threats based on intelligence from multiple other agencies. They collect, analyze, manage and present information pertaining to homeland security.

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Defense Elements include Department of Defense Service Agencies:

Air Force Intelligence: The U.S. Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (USAF ISR) Enterprise provides intelligence from airborne, space, and cyberspace sensors. They are responsible for readiness and training, as well as, providing intelligence for kinetic and non-kinetic effects on specified targets. USAF ISR is managed by AF/A2 - the USAF's Senior Intelligence Officer.

U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence: The U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence focus is maritime safety, security and stewardship. They provide intelligence relevant to matters of homeland security and the maritime domain.

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Army Intelligence and Security Command: G-2 manages the actions, objectives, policies and planning of the following five major military intelligence (MI) disciplines within the Army:

  • Imagery Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, Human Intelligence, Measurement and Signature Intelligence, and Counterintelligence and Security Countermeasures.

Marine Corps Intelligence

U.S. Space Force

Office of Naval Intelligence

Other Agencies:
  • Department of Energy’s Office of Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence
  • Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis
  • U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence: Includes maritime safety, security and stewardship. They provide intelligence relevant to matters of homeland security and the maritime domain.
  • Department of Justice’s Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Drug Enforcement Agency’s Office of National Security Intelligence
  • Department of State’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research
  • Department of the Treasury’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis

Department of Justice’s Federal Bureau of Investigation: As both an intelligence and law enforcement agency the FBI aims to balance tactile and strategic work in objectively addressing and identifying threats to national security.

Drug Enforcement Agency’s Office of National Security Intelligence: The DEA ONSI manages intelligence and information sharing within the U.S. Intelligence Community and homeland security elements with the aim of reducing the supply of drugs, protecting national security, and combating global terrorism.

Department of State’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research: The Bureau of Intelligence and Research is responsible for providing analysis of insights and global developments from all intelligence sources to the Secretary of State in order to aid the Department of State in policy issues and activities regarding the Intelligence Community. They monitor foreign affairs, provide public opinion poling, and analysis of events in order to provide early warning and response to serve national security interests.

Department of the Treasury’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis: The OIA is responsible for foreign intelligence and foreign counterintelligence information as it relates to the Department of the Treasury and is a component of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI). As such, the OIA aim is to protect the financial system against all threats.

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Priotities are established according to the Intelligence Community Directive

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Priorities are established according to the Intelligence Community Directive

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Organizations within the Intelligence Community:

Independent Agencies:

Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

Organizations within the Intelligence Community:
Independent Agencies:

Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

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Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): The CIA provides national security intelligence to policy makers, their director is appointed by the President and acts as the National Human Source Intelligence manager. The CIA includes seven departments:

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Defense Elements:

Defense Elements:

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA): Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA): The DIA is a defense and combat support agency, and is a major producer of foreign military intelligence. The director of the DIA serves as the principal adviser to the secretary of defense and to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding military intelligence, in addition to serving as the director of the Military Intelligence Board.

National Security Agency (NSA)

National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency (NGA)

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

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In addition to Department of Defense Service Agencies:

National Security Agency (NSA)

National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency (NGA)

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

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Defense Elements include Department of Defense Service Agencies:

Air Force Intelligence: Air Force Intelligence: The U.S. Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (USAF ISR) Enterprise provides intelligence from airborne, space, and cyberspace sensors. They are responsible for readiness and training, as well as, providing intelligence for kinetic and non-kinetic effects on specified targets. USAF ISR is managed by AF/A2 - the USAF's Senior Intelligence Officer.

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Army Intelligence and Security Command:Army Intelligence and Security Command: G-2 manages the actions, objectives, policies and planning of the following five major military intelligence (MI) disciplines within the Army:

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Marine Corps Intelligence

U.S. Space Force

Office of Naval Intelligence

Other Agencies:

Marine Corps Intelligence

U.S. Space Force

Office of Naval Intelligence

Other Agencies:
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The USIC is overseen by groups inside and outside the community, including the President, National Security council, the Presidents Intelligence Advisory Board, The Intelligence oversightOversight boardBoard, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and more. The Intelligence Community is also partners with U.S. Military; Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement in addition to

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Priotities are established according to the Intelligence Community Directive

Mission

"The Intelligence Community's mission is to collect, analyze, and deliver foreign intelligence and counterintelligence information to America's leaders so they can make sound decisions to protect our country. Our customers include the president, policy-makers, law enforcement, and the military".

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  1. Air Force Intelligence
  2. Army Intelligence and Security Command
  3. Central Intelligence Agency
  4. Defense Intelligence Agency
  5. Dept. of Energy Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence
  6. Dept. of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis
  7. Dept. of State Bureau of Intelligence and Research
  8. Dept. of Treasury Office of Intelligence & Analysis
  9. Drug Enforcement Administration Intelligence Program
  10. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  11. Marine Corps Intelligence
  12. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  13. National Reconnaissance Office
  14. National Security Agency
  15. Office of Naval Intelligence
  16. Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  17. U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence
  18. U.S. Space Force

Independent Agencies:

Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): The CIA provides national security intelligence to policy makers, their director is appointed by the President and acts as the National Human Source Intelligence manager. The CIA includes seven departments:

  • Directorate of Analysis, Directorate of Operations, Directorate of Science and Technology, Directorate of Support, Directorate of Digital Innovation, Mission Centers, and Offices of the Director.

Defense Elements:

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA): The DIA is a defense and combat support agency, and is a major producer of foreign military intelligence. The director of the DIA serves as the principal adviser to the secretary of defense and to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding military intelligence, in addition to serving as the director of the Military Intelligence Board.

National Security Agency (NSA)

National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency (NGA)

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

In addition to Department of Defense Service Agencies:

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Air Force Intelligence: The U.S. Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (USAF ISR) Enterprise provides intelligence from airborne, space, and cyberspace sensors. They are responsible for readiness and training, as well as, providing intelligence for kinetic and non-kinetic effects on specified targets. USAF ISR is managed by AF/A2 - the USAF's Senior Intelligence Officer.

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Army Intelligence and Security Command: G-2 manages the actions, objectives, policies and planning of the following five major military intelligence (MI) disciplines within the Army:

  • Imagery Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, Human Intelligence, Measurement and Signature Intelligence, and Counterintelligence and Security Countermeasures.

Marine Corps Intelligence

U.S. Space Force

Office of Naval Intelligence

Other Agencies:

  • Department of Energy’s Office of Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence
  • Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis
  • U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence: Includes maritime safety, security and stewardship. They provide intelligence relevant to matters of homeland security and the maritime domain.
  • Department of Justice’s Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Drug Enforcement Agency’s Office of National Security Intelligence
  • Department of State’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research
  • Department of the Treasury’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis
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OVERSIGHT & PARTNERS

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The USIC is overseen by groups inside and outside the community, including the President, National Security council, the Presidents Intelligence Advisory Board, The Intelligence oversight board, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and more. The Intelligence Community is also partners with U.S. Military; Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement; in addition to

Foreign Intelligence Agency Counterparts; Foreign Military Counterparts and Private Sector partners in order to achieve their goals. They are assisted in the management of their partnerships by the Office of Partner Engagement (PE) , within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. The Office of Partner Engagement works with the IC and partners on integration and collaboration between all entities.

Organizations within the Intelligence Community:
  1. Air Force Intelligence
  2. Army Intelligence and Security Command
  3. Central Intelligence Agency
  4. Defense Intelligence Agency
  5. Dept. of Energy Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence
  6. Dept. of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis
  7. Dept. of State Bureau of Intelligence and Research
  8. Dept. of Treasury Office of Intelligence & Analysis
  9. Drug Enforcement Administration Intelligence Program
  10. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  11. Marine Corps Intelligence
  12. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  13. National Reconnaissance Office
  14. National Security Agency
  15. Office of Naval Intelligence
  16. Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  17. U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence
  18. U.S. Space Force

OVERSIGHT & PARTNERS

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The U.S. Intelligence Community is a coalition of eighteen organizations each addressing a different area of U.S. Intelligence. The IC's actions and objectives are determined by US policymakers who, working with the Intelligence committees team, identify informational needs, concerns and strategies. That said, the Intelligence committee has ongoing projects to gather and analyze intel in order to address the issues of terrorism, cybercrime, and weapons proliferation. The Intelligence Community produces products for use by the US government and policymakers. This includes the Presidents Daily Brief, along with National Intelligence Estimates and other reports. These intelligence reports are prioritized by the National Security Strategy set out each year.

The USIC is overseen by groups inside and outside the community, including the President, National Security council, the Presidents Intelligence Advisory Board, The Intelligence oversight board, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and more. The Intelligence Community is also partners with U.S. Military; Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement;

Foreign Intelligence Agency Counterparts; Foreign Military Counterparts and Private Sector partners in order to achieve their goals. They are assisted in the management of their partnerships by the Office of Partner Engagement (PE) , within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. The Office of Partner Engagement works with the IC and partners on integration and collaboration.

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